Money, Politics and Transparency

Money, Politics and Transparency will provide a forum to share best (and worst) practices, reform efforts, in-depth research, analysis and case studies to a network of global actors, ultimately co-creating a set of transparency norms that can be used by stakeholders to improve political finance systems in their own countries, fostering accountability and combating corruption. Link:


International Association of Anti-corruption Authorities (IAACA)

The IAACA was established in 2006 and it currently has more than 300 organizational members, who cover nearly all law enforcement for national institutions and bodies entrusted with the task of fighting against corruption and more than 2000 individual members, including prosecutors, investigators and experts with experience in anti-corruption research or practice.



Alaveteli is a social email software, which citizens can use to request information. The replies are recorded for all to see on the website. The project’s initial focus is on making Freedom of Information requests, although it can easily be altered for other purposes. Funded by the Open Society Institute and the Hivos Foundation, in its first year the project aims to support the launch of dozens of FOI websites around the world.


 European Research Centre for Anti-Corruption and State-Building

The mission of the ERCAS is to design, test and promote a new generation of more effective anti-corruption and state-building programmes based on research grounded in the broader society, not just the government.


 International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA)

 The International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) is joint initiative by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the Republic of Austria, the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) and other stakeholders, IACA is a pioneering institution that aims to overcome current shortcomings in knowledge and practice in the field of anti-corruption. In pursuing this aim, the Academy functions as an independent centre of excellence in the field of anti-corruption education, training, networking and cooperation, as well as academic research.

 Transparency International

One global movement sharing one vision: a world in which government, business, civil society and the daily lives of people are free of corruption. Transparency International is present in more than 100 countries. is an anonymous service for reporting bribes online. According to the website: “We do not ask you for any personal information and we scramble any impersonal information coming through with submitted report to preserve the safety of our contributors. In addition to basic information about extorted bribes (location of the incident, type of institution, and the amount paid), we ask users to provide some context by explaining how bribe was extorted. Once submitted, bribes are screened by a set of automatic algorithms and - if they conform with our reporting guidelines - published on the website.


Korupedia is an encyclopedia about corruption case in Indonesia.