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Office in Myanmar, as well as mineral, gems and jewelry and gold entrepreneurs.
Good Practices Forum on Accountability and Transparency" will be held on Monday at Bait Al-Zubair Museum. The Forum is hosted by Al Zubair Corporation in cooperation with the Pearl initiative, the Capital Market Authority (CMA) and Oman Centre for
Australia spends more than $5 billion a year on foreign aid, but reforms are needed to improve aid effectiveness, according to the first ever survey of Australian aid workers and experts. The 2013 Australian Aid Stakeholder Survey released today by
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He said there is a need for people themselves taking charge of the situation and the leaders must understand that they are integrated in the system. "In government, in politics, the best leaders are surely those who understand people and who are with
The Council of Europe's Moneyval anti-money-laundering agency approved its report Monday on progress made by the Holy See in the area of financial transparency. According to Moneyval internal regulations, this means that the monitoring agency is
Transparency won't be enough to make hospitals safe and on its own can make matters worse A recent YouGov poll showed that 48% of people think the NHS has got worse over the last five years...In a climate like that, the first instinct of many
Treasurer Joe Hockey and Greens leader Christine Milne have struck an agreement to scrap the $300 billion debt ceiling in return for a host of transparency measures. If the changes are passed by the Senate on Thursday, the government will have to
The latest Transparency International corruption report , in which Kenya is ranked poorly, shows that the current methods of fighting the crime are ineffective. That this comes at a time when media players are protesting against the oppressive laws
Serbia is ranked 72nd on the Transparency International Organization's corruption perception list this year, Beta news agency reported. (Beta) This is eight spots up on the list since last year. Transparency International Serbia president Vladimir