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Partnership for Transparency

The Partnership for Transparency provides grants and technical assistance to individuals and groups working on good governance and anti-corruption projects.

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OCCRP

By developing and equipping a global network of investigative journalists and publishing their stories, the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project exposes crime and corruption so the public can hold power to account.

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ICIJ

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists is an organisation that investigates and reports on stories across the world, as well as a network composed of hundreds of investigative reporters in different organisations. They have a secure platform where whistleblowers can submit tips and reports of suspected corruption.

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Global Witness

Global Witness undertakes campaigns and investigations into corruption across a wide range of sectors. Their investigative reports can provide valuable evidence into corruption in different countries.

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Global Integrity

Global Integrity creates alliances with partners across the world: civil society organizations, governments, multi-stakeholder initiatives, donors, and others, helping them to design and implement innovative, learning-centered, and adaptive approaches to addressing complex governance-related development challenges.

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A4ID

Advocates for International Development has an international  pro bono broker service which provides legal advice to organisations that require particular legal expertise.

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Article 19

Article 19 is an international organisation recognised for its advocacy of media freedom and for protecting against media restrictions, which includes protection of journalists in danger for reporting corruption.

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Legal and Human Rights Centre and Others v Attorney General (Tanzania)

In Tanzania, a civil society organisation challenged an electoral law that allowed political candidates to give gifts to voters (“takrima”). This was challenged because it facilitated corruption, leading candidates to start buying votes. The Tanzanian High Court found that the electoral law violated the rights to equal treatment and non-discrimination regarding political participation in the […]

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SERAP v Nigeria

SERAP, a human rights organisation, brought a case against the Nigerian Government and Nigeria’s Universal Basic Education Commission to The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) Court of Justice.  A key part of the complaint was that the Universal Basic Education Commission, which was responsible for funding basic education in Nigeria, had mismanaged the national […]

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Hugh Glenister v President of the Republic of South Africa

In South Africa, the government decided to abolish an independent anti-corruption body and replace it with a body that wasn’t independent from the government. This was challenged for being unconstitutional. The South African Constitutional ruled that the decision to abolish an independent anti-corruption body undermined the effective investigation into corruption and violated the government’s duty […]

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