Unmask The Corrupt

G20: Stop corruption and close loopholes in the financial system to help the world’s poorest

Transparency International, two Nobel Laureates and 22 leaders of civil society representing every continent publish open letter to G20 leaders PRESS STATEMENT, 10 November, Berlin, Brisbane -- An open letter published today to the leaders of the Group of 20 biggest economies, five days before the leaders’ summit in Brisbane, Australia, calls for concrete actions to stop corruption and make the global system more transparent. “Lest we forget:

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Unmask the Corrupt Launch article

The Unmask the Corrupt (UtC) campaign was officially launched in Malaysia on the 2nd September, following on from Transparency International’s (TI) international launch on 1st September in Switzerland. In his opening speech, Transparency International-Malaysia’s (TI-M) President, Dato’ Akhbar Satar stated, TI-M calls on our government to advance the struggle against impunity, there is much work to be done to address illicit money outflows,

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Speech by YBhg. Dato’ Akhbar Satar – Unmask the Corrupt on 2 September 2014

A very good morning to YBhg. Tan Sri Tan Sri / Datuk Datuk / Ladies and Gentlemen: The “Unmask The Corrupt” campaign is Transparency International’s 24-month campaign aiming to end the secrecy that aids and abets shifting the proceeds of corruption across borders.  Money and power are not anonymous, nor should they be.  Unmask the Corrupt campaign targets impunity for corruption at both the systemic level and at the individual level by reducing

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Media Release Transparency International-Malaysia – It is Time to Unmask the Corrupt in Malaysia

PRESS STATEMENT, 2 September 2014, Kuala Lumpur – Malaysia must make it much harder and tougher for the corrupt to hide behind secret companies if our country wants to keep criminal activity out of its financial system, Transparency International-Malaysia said today as it launched the "Unmask the Corrupt" campaign in Petaling Jaya, Selangor. Transparency International and its TI chapters, including Transparency International-Malaysia, have taken

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Unmask The Corrupt Report

The Unmask the Corrupt campaign is Transparency International’s 24-month collective action that is part of a larger initiative tackling the impunity of the corrupt. The No Impunity initiative includes various Transparency International programmes and activities. One of them is to promote robust national judicial systems capable of preventing and punishing corruption. Another encourages the public’s creative use of social and political sanctions

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Unmask The Corrupt Launch

We would like to announce that Unmask the Corrupt launch will be held at Armada Hotel in Petaling Jaya, Selangor, on 2nd September 2014 (Tuesday). Unmask the Corrupt Launch - 2nd September 2014 Tentative Agenda Time Details 8:30 - 9:00 am Registration and Welcome Coffee 9.05 – 9.10 Welcoming Remarks Mr. Terance Chan, Executive Director of TI-M 9:10 – 9:30   am Key Note Address YBhg. Dato’ Akhbar Satar, President of TI-M 9:30 – 10:00 am

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Unmask the Corrupt Short Video Clip Contest

The Unmask the Corrupt (UtC) Short Video Clip contest is organized by Transparency International – Malaysia (TI-M) to encourage public to interpret “UtC” in their own way through a video. Tell us through the video on how to use “Unmask the Corrupt”, and put an end to secrecy that aids and abets shifting the proceeds of corruption across border! Terms and Conditions of Unmask The Corrupt Short Video Clip Contest : Short Video Clip Competition

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Unmask the Corrupt Logo Contest

The Unmask the Corrupt (UtC) Logo contest is organized by Transparency International – Malaysia (TI-M) to encourage public to interpret “UtC” in their own way through a logo. Tell us through the logo on how to use “Unmask the Corrupt”, and put an end to secrecy that aids and abets shifting the proceeds of corruption across border! Terms and Conditions of Unmask The Corrupt Logo Contest : Logo competition_T&Cs Form for Unmask The Corrupt

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Unmask the Corrupt Campaign

For far too long, corrupt officials have been able to stash their ill- gotten gains in foreign banks and/or invest them in luxurious mansions, expensive cars or elite education for their children with total impunity and in blatant disregard for the citizens they are supposed to serve. They are aided by the complicity and complacency of countries and banking centres that allow illicit financial flows and entry to the corrupt to enjoy stolen wealth.

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