I would like to share an interesting private initiative in South Africa. A company, called Sentigol has develop an innovative IT solution to eliminate corruption and rigging from the Tender Procurement Process. The system, called Tendersure is web based software for procurement and supply chain management. It allows users to trace and audit tendering process so…Continue
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Despite the distance that only apparently separates the two commemoration days, we intend to show the chain rings that link…Continue
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WORLD ANTI-CORRUPTION DAY NIGERIA YOUTH ONLINE FORUM
November 29th – December 4th 2010.
Topic of Discussion:
DAY 1: Recent Transparency International ranking on corruption shows that Nigeria has become more corrupt. What is your response to this new ranking?
DAY 2: How do you rate anti-corruption policies and agencies…Continue
Added by Samundra Paudel on January 26, 2011 at 7:27am — No Comments
Another member of the First Family has been implicated in attempts to persuade a key member of the Forum for Democratic Change to leave his party in an unfolding saga involving an alleged attempted Shs1.5 billion pay-off.
Mr Francis Atugonza, the incumbent Hoima Municipality mayor, told this newspaper yesterday that Mr Geoffrey Kamuntu, called him on phone three months ago and claimed that the President “wants to work with him and that he is willing to do anything to ensure that he…Continue
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A member of the First Family has been named in an alleged attempt to offer Shs1.5 billion as an inducement to a key Forum for Democratic Change member to defect from his party and step down.
Mr Francis Atugonza, also the FDC Secretary for Trade and Industry and the incumbent Hoima Municipality mayor, told Daily Monitor yesterday that he was contacted six days ago by one of the President’s sons-in-law with the offer.
Quit and earn
Mr Atugonza says he was told that all he had…
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Already in weeks 1&2, the website has received over 1,750 visitors - the majority coming from Belgium, Indonesia, Colombia, France, Romania, US, Bulgaria, Philippines, Canada, and Brazil.
7 video entries have been received to date – 4 from Colombia, 1 from France, 1 from Italy and 1 from the UK!…Continue
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Establishment of impartial, transparent and effective justice system is a prerequisite to address corruption and the rule of law in any country. Courts must have the capacity to effectively prosecute corruption cases while corruption must be rooted out within judiciary itself to restore the legitimacy of the formal justice system in a country like Nepal. Lack of integrity, inadequate resources, corruption and political power has undermined the credibility of justice systems in many countries…Continue
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From Yahoo News: A junior Indonesian tax official whose testimony in a corruption trial and exploits out of court shocked a nation normally used to excess was jailed for seven years on Wednesday in a case analysts say tests the country's commitment to tackling graft.
The saga of Gayus Tambunan, who had earlier been found guilty of bribery and misusing his position, has both entertained and scandalised a nation used to paying backhanders for even routine government services,…Continue
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In Nepal, Altogether 169 lawmakers have failed to furnish their property details to the parliamentary secretariat as the deadline for the same expired on Wednesday. The number includes ministers as well. The ministers need to submit the details to the office of the council of ministers rather than to the secretariat.
"Only 432 lawmakers furnished their property details by the deadline," Dhan Bahadur Shrestha, joint secretary at the secretariat, said.
However, the secretariat…
Added by Samundra Paudel on January 19, 2011 at 5:48am — No Comments
TIPNG believe that the cultural heritage of any pacific island is the essence of its existence and its true self. And amidst the westernised influences and developments today, its people hold on its cultural traits to the extent where it is necessary only to blend both the foreign and domestic way of life for the existence of peace to harmony.
Papua New Guinea (PNG) for example is greatly restricted by its cultural diversity and its rugged geography in terms of…Continue
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Local leaders of the major political parties in Dang (district located in mid western region of Nepal) have shown a rare unity but for a wrong cause: Swindling public money. Leaders of Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist), Nepali Congress, Communist Party of Nepal–Unified Marxist-Leninist, Madhesi Peoples´ Rights Forum and Rastriya Janamorcha Party divided 750 thousand rupees of public money among themselves. The local leaders had sold three plots of land belonging to Bhalubang…Continue
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Here's the offical copy of my guesting on a morning show here in the Philippines, Mornings @ ANC, to talk about Fair Play Anti-Corruption Music Competition and GYAC-N. It was such a great experience for me, which was only made greater by the idea of getting to promote the competition and the network and engaging more young… Continue
Added by Joseph Mansilla on January 12, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments
As some of us already know, starting today, 10 January 2011, we are all set for the 2nd edition of the Fair Play Anti-Corruption Music Competition, where three winning bands will be joining our Global Youth Forum in Nairobi, Kenya in April and one lucky band, to be selected by online popular vote, will win a studio recording worth $2,000! This is truly a spectacular celebration of youth artistry and activism, so why don't we…
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Late last year, Kenyan Prime Minister Raila Odinga ordered the police to arrest all Homosexuals saying it goes against the African culture and the laws of nature, a position that was welcomed by Religious leaders but Gay activists condemned it saying that the precedent would worsen discrimination against them as a community.
Their exists so much hate for Homosexuality in Kenya and it is being crusaded mainly by politicians and Religious leaders.For example many Homosexuals operate…Continue