Transparency International Integrity Awards 2006
Fighting corruption means challenging people and institutions; often people and institutions that wield enormous power. Each year Transparency International receives nominations to award candidates who have risked their lives and their livelihoods in the name of justice, transparency and integrity.
Over the last five years Integrity Award winners have come from Asia and Africa, Europe, Latin America and the Middle East. They have included journalists and public prosecutors, accountants and government officials, and leaders of civil society.
The 2006 Transparency International Integrity Awards will be presented before an expected audience of over 1,000 anti-corruption practitioners at the 12th International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) in Guatemala in November 2006.
The TI Integrity Awards Committee consists of 13 individuals from across the world, who have been active in the anti-corruption movement for many years. The Committee serves as the jury for the awards and confers with Transparency International’s Board of Directors. Nominations are accepted for individuals and organisations and are subject to independent vetting under the guidance of the Integrity Awards Committee.
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Published on: 2006-05-17 (985 reads)