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This section points the readers to a wide range of publications, training materials, multi-media and additional resources available on the internet in relation to anti-corruption efforts worldwide.
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|Independent Anti-Corruption Agencies : Basic Trends and Implementation in International Practice||CORRUPTION RESEARCH CENTRE TBILISI CONSTITUTIONAL & LEGAL POLICY INSTITUTE BUDAPEST 2000
||CORRUPTION RESEARCH CENTRE TBILISI CONSTITUTIONAL & LEGAL POLICY INSTITUTE BUDAPEST 2000
In late 2015, the Anti-Corruption Agencies Strengthening Initiative was launched, with the aim of engaging with ACAs to strengthen their effectiveness. Having identified ACAs as key partners in the fight against corruption, we are working in collaboration with governments who are ready to invest in improving their anti-corruption effectiveness by building strong oversight and enforcement mechanisms. Drawing on our international network of more than 100 chapters worldwide, the Anti-Corruption Agency Strengthening Initiative combines biennial assessments of ACAs with sustained engagement, dialogue and advocacy at both national and regional levels.
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.