ILP’s global network helps NGOs and investigative journalists whose work follows this multi-jurisdictional path. Alongside ILP’s traditional role organising representation, advice and trial monitoring for journalists uncovering corruption who have been subject to unlawful arrest, imprisonment, and harassment, ILP supports civil society and investigative media consortiums hoping to exploit new data from large corruption leaks […]
ISLP provides top-tier pro bono legal services to governments, civil society actors, and social enterprises, focusing on accountability and transparency/anti-bribery and anti-corruption, and other areas.
The Vance Center provides legal representation to civil society organizations, as well as international human rights bodies, around the world, in partnership with leading law firms on a pro bono basis. It builds the capacity of the legal profession in pro bono practice ethics, and diversity by engaging law firms, bar associations, law schools, and […]
Thomson Reuters Foundation Trust Law is a global pro-bono clearinghouse that connect CSOs with a global network of lawyers that can provide free legal assistance.
The UNCAC Coalition is a civil society platform of organisations in Africa, SouthEast Asia, Latin America and SouthEast Europe who work on anti-corruption issues within the framework of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption. After following the link, click on your region to find out what organisations in your country are part of the platform. […]
Impunidad Cero is an organisation in Mexico that undertakes investigations into impunity and corruption. Their reports have uncovered widespread corruption in a range of sectors.
Corruption Watch undertakes campaigns and investigations into corruption in South Africa. They often pass the results of their investigations to the relevant authorities to take action on their behalf.
The coalition is dedicated to anti-corruption advocacy in Uganda, and they have a database with a range of reports and materials on corruption issues in Uganda.