WHAT WE DID
In SE Europe, many nations were perceived to have considerable corruption problems, as evidenced by Transparency International’s 2006 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) and Global Integrity’s 2006 Global Integrity Index and Country Reports. Despite international attention to the issue, regional governments were seen as not responsive to corruption problems.
Secured partnership funding from Development Alternatives, Inc. and OSI/LGI (via FPDL).
Oversaw translations of Corrupt Cities into Macedonian, Albanian and Serbian languages.
Published Albanian, Macedonian and Serbian versions of Corrupt Cities.
Adapted FPDL toolkit: “Restore The Health Of Your Organization – A Practical Guide To Curing And Preventing Corruption In Local Governments And Communities” from Bosnian to the Serbian language.
Organized and presented the conference: “Cities Without Corruption: Cities With A Future” in Belgrade, Serbia in May 2009, introducing Corrupt Cities, “Restore The Health Of Your Organization – A Practical Guide To Curing And Preventing Corruption In Local Governments And Communities”, promoting participation in anti-corruption activities from Serbian government participants.