In this week’s showCASE, CASE experts discuss the ongoing protests in Romania and the calls for increased efforts to tackle corruption.
The International Centre for Policy Studies has launched a network of NGOs to help coordinate the efforts of groups fighting corruption in Ukraine.
This Institute for Democracy and Mediation report assesses the current capacities of local-government units in the fight against corruption, and the capacities and knowledge of CSOs as regards their contribution to good governance at the local level.
Anti-corruption activists participating in an International Centre for Policy Studies project have submitted to Ukrainian authorities the results of 20 investigations that detail allegations of embezzlement of public funds, fraud, cronyism, and other forms of corruption.
Albanian leaders have the political will needed to adopt a legal framework to prevent conflicts of interest in government, but do not have the necessary legislative tools to implement such a framework, according to this Institute for Democracy and Mediation analysis.
The Belgrade Centre for Security Policy is standing by the results of polling data showing that most Serbs believe their police forces are corrupt, after a governmental spokeswoman called into question the validity of the study.
A strong majority of citizens of the Western Balkans believes that their police forces exist to serve the interests of political parties and other elites, according to the results of a study conducted as part of a regional anticorruption project involving two PASOS members.