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Job Posting Research and Knowledge Coordinator
Transparency International (TI) is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption. Through more than 100 chapters worldwide and an international secretariat in Berlin, Germany, TI raises awareness of the damaging effects of corruption and works with partners in government, business and civil society to develop and implement effective measures to tackle it. The Research and Knowledge Department supports the achievement of TI-S’ goals through developing cutting-edge research products, supporting the organisation’s advocacy initiatives through collection robust evidence and serving the knowledge needs of key stakeholders within the anti-corruption community. As part of the Knowledge Services team, the Research and Knowledge Coordinator addresses the knowledge needs of the anti-corruption movement via conducting desk research and developing a range of research and knowledge products. She/he will more specifically focus on the expansion, promotion and operations of TI ‘s anti-corruption Helpdesk which offers the TI network and other selected stakeholders on demand research on corruption. She/he will also contribute to a variety of organisational tasks as required by the line manager.
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Blog Entry Digital Whistleblowing - Blessing or Curse?
The Hertie School of Governance and the World Forum for Democracy will soon be hosting a roundtable debate entitled 'Digital Whistleblowing - Blessing or Curse?'
DIGITAL WHISTLEBLOWING - BLESSING OR CURSE?
The Hertie School of Governance and the World Forum for Democracy will soon be hosting a roundtable debate entitled 'Digital Whistleblowing - Blessing or Curse?'
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Blog Entry Why good governance in football associations matters
Ben Wheatland offers some insight as to why good governance in football associations matters, and what FIFA should do to help improve the situation.
OECD Integrity Forum
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