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International Women’s Day

March 8, 2017

Today the entire world celebrates International Women’s Day. RAI Secretariat wishes all the women in the world empowerment and equality. RAI Secretariat uses the opportunity to declare that RAI became a gender aware organisation in 2016 by committing to upholding fundamental rights and freedoms guaranteed by the European Convention on Human Rights and other internationally recognized […]


Tirana, 6 March 2017: Conference on Corruption Proofing in Albanian Legislation

March 6, 2017

RAI Programme Team, composed of Mr. Vladan Joksimovic, Mr. Tomislav Curic and Ms. Iva Komsic are participating at the Conference on Corruption Proofing in Albanian Legislation, organized by Ministry of State on Local Issues, Republic of Albania in cooperation with IDRA (Institute for Development Research and Alternatives), with financial support of Embassy of Netherlands. The […]

Thousands Of Romanians Keep Up Anticorruption Protests In Bucharest

March 6, 2017

Thousands of Romanians took to the streets again in the capital, Bucharest, to protest against the government and show support for the country’s anti-corruption authorities. Demonstrators on March 5 gathered in Victory Square near government buildings and waved Romanian and U.S. flags. The demonstrators marched toward the parliament, with many chanting, “Romania, wake up!” and “We […]

Amnesty International: Freedom of expression and freedom of media key issues in Balkans

March 4, 2017

Amnesty International (AI) released an annual report on the state of the world’s human rights. Organisation which is supported by more than 7 million people around the world aims to conduct research and generate action to prevent and end grave abuses of human rights, and to demand justice for those whose rights have been violated. […]

European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs AFET Discusses EU Country Reports

February 28, 2017

European Parliament Committee on Foreign Affairs AFET held a session on Monday, 27 February. The Committee discussed EU Country Reports for Serbia, Macedonia, Montenegro and Kosovo* For more information about the content of discussion and conclusions please go to EU Committee on Foreign Affairs. *This designation is without prejudice to positions on status, and is in line […]

G20 countries are breaking commitments to publish data that helps tackle corruption

February 27, 2017

Research published today by Transparency International and the Web Foundation finds that five key G20 countries are failing to meet commitments to publish data that helps tackle corruption. If the data was publicly available it could be used to curb criminal activities, including money laundering and tax evasion. In 2015 the G20 agreed that in […]

Romania’s anti-corruption body blocks over 667 mln euro in assets in 2016

February 24, 2017

The Head of Romania’s anti-graft body DNA, Laura Codruta Kovesi, said on Thursday that the institution blocked 667 million euro ($700.3 million) worth of assets under precautionary measures in 2016, up 72% compared with the previous year. “The investigations focused on the complex cases, regarding serious acts of corruption or corruption offences committed by officials, […]

South East Europe: Poor Results and Faith in Anti-Corruption Efforts

February 23, 2017

If only lower echelons of government are punished for corruption, then the rule of law represents repression and a political witch-hunt according to a coalition of civil society organizations from Southeast Europe. The prosecution of corrupt high-ranking politicians and senior civil servants is the only way to send a strong and clear message that corruption […]

B&H: Indictment issued in Pandora 2 case the accused are charged with financial abuse amounting to BAM 1.7 mil

February 20, 2017

Having conducted an extensive investigation, Prosecutor of the Special Department for Organized Crime, Economic Crime and Corruption issued an Indictment against the following persons: Kemal Čaušević, born in 1966 in Sarajevo 2.    Anes Sadiković, born in 1976 in Prijepolje 3.    Sedinet Karić, aka Sido, born in 1969 in Srebrenik The accused are charged as follows: […]

Bulgarian Government Probe Accuses Ministries of Fraud

February 20, 2017

A probe of suspected legal violations of public procurement procedures by the former government has identified a series of issues within the ministries of defence, regional development and agriculture. Suspected violations by the former coalition government led by Boyko Borissov have been identified at the ministry of defence, the ministry of regional development and its […]

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