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Governments Don't Do Enough 
to Fight Corruption, Says New Poll
07.12.2006

Governments Don't Do Enough to Fight Corruption, Says New Poll

Global Corruption Barometer shows Police, Political Parties, Parliaments Most Compromised

Brussels/Berlin, 7 December 2006 - Millions of people around the world come face-to-face with corruption in their daily lives and urgently want their government to take action to stop it. This is the resounding conclusion of Transparency International's Global Corruption Barometer 2006, launched today in advance of International Anti-Corruption Day on Saturday, 9 December.


NGO Monitoring of Public Procurement
29.11.2006

NGO Monitoring of Public Procurement

CRD/TI Armenia organized a seminar on Public Monitoring of Public Procurement, within the framework of monitoring of Millennium Challenge Account-Armenia (MCA-Armenia) public procurement, an activity funded by the Open Society Institute Assistance Foundation Armenia. The seminar was held on November 28 2006 in Golden Tulip Hotel Yerevan.


The 12th Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC)
15.11.2006

The 12th Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC)

On November 15-18, 2006 the 12th International Anti-Corruption Conference is being held in Guatemala City, Guatemala.

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Transparency International 2006 Corruption Perception Index was Presented
07.11.2006

Transparency International 2006 Corruption Perception Index was Presented

On November 6, at 13.00 Yerevan time, Amalia Kostanyan, Chairwoman of the CRD/TI Armenia in National Press Club presented 2006 Corruption Perceptions Index of Transparency International global coalition against corruption.


2006 Corruption Perceptions Index Reinforces Link Between Poverty and Corruption
06.11.2006

2006 Corruption Perceptions Index Reinforces Link Between Poverty and Corruption

CPI shows the machinery of corruption remains well-oiled, despite improved legislation

Berlin, 6 November 2006 - The 2006 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), launched today by Transparency International (TI), points to a strong correlation between corruption and poverty, with a concentration of impoverished states at the bottom of the ranking.


CRD/TI Armenia Carries Out a Survey Among Memebers of National Assembly of RA
01.11.2006

CRD/TI Armenia Carries Out a Survey Among Memebers of National Assembly of RA

CRD/TI Armenia carries out a survey among members of Armenia's National Assembly to assess anti-corruption policy in Armenia. Letters were sent to all the Members of Parliament with a request to answer the following questions between November 1 and 30.


Presentation of Anti-Corruption PSAs and Publication
17.10.2006

Presentation of Anti-Corruption PSAs and Publication

In the framework of "Towards More Effective Anti-Corruption Policy in Armenia" project funded by USAID Civic Advocacy Support Program, Counterpart International, CRD/TI Armenia prepared 3 anti-corruption public service announcements (PSAs) and published "Anti-Corruption Policy in Armenia" analysis.


Leading Exporters Undermine Development with Dirty Business Overseas
04.10.2006

Leading Exporters Undermine Development with Dirty Business Overseas

Foreign bribery by emerging export powers
disconcertingly high


Berlin / Brussels, 4 October 2006 --- Overseas bribery by companies from the world's export giants is still common, despite the existence of international anti-bribery laws criminalising this practice, according to the Transparency International 2006 Bribe Payers Index (BPI), the most comprehensive survey of its kind to date.

For more details please visit http://www.transparency.org/policy_research/surveys_indices/bpi


Meeting with Volunteers of Depi Hayk Foundation
02.10.2006

Meeting with Volunteers of Depi Hayk Foundation

On September 22, 2006, Amalia Kostanyan, Chairwoman of Center for Regional Development/Transparency International Armenia (CRD/TI Armenia), had a meeting with a group of Armenian volunteers from various countries, visiting Armenia within Depi Hayk Foundation (Birthright Armenia) projects.


Meeting with OECD Anti-Corruption Network Experts
28.09.2006

Meeting with OECD Anti-Corruption Network Experts

As per request of Secretariat for Anti-Corruption Network ‎for transition economies (ACN), Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), Center for Regional Development/Transparency International Armenia (CRD/TI Armenia) organized a meeting with local NGOs on September 27, 2006, in "Golden Tulip Hotel Yerevan". The meeting was aimed at discussing implementation of Armenia's obligations within ACN Istanbul Action Plan.