Ivan Velasquez, leder i CICIG. Foto: CICIG
How to lead the campaign against corruption when authorities are part of the problem?
Tsedale Lemma, Editor-in-chief Addis Standard Magazine.
- I live a in a "perpetual twilight zone of taking chances,” Lemma Tsedale, editor of Addis Standard to BBC
Foto: Craig McKune
The South African journalist Craig McKune will share his experience of investigating illegal financial transactions.
Foto: Kristine Aghalaryan
Endangered animals are abducted from zoos in Armenia. Few know where they go.
Thick walls at the Ministry of Finance. Photo: Helge Høifødt
Distinct improvements, but the same improvements are obliterated - in the same consultation paper.
Knut Falk Qvigstad´s (MDG - Norwegian Green Party) input on the interpellation, points out what information society needs in order to keep their authorities and companies accountable. Screenshot: Parliament´s video archive
Knut Falk Qvigstad (MDG) explains why the weaknesses in OECD´s BEPS-track will allow companies to continue the same practices as they have been doing.
From 2003 - 2012, 6.6 trillion US dollar left developing country economies illicitly. Illustration: PWYP Norway
Financial transparency can finance development
Finance MinisterSiv Jensen. Foto: Rune Kongsro, Finansdepartementet
There are mechanisms against the Panama leak. The Ministry of Finance is scheduling the most important hearing which can give transparency into companies for "summer."
EITI is a three party cooperation between authorities, companies, and civil society. Everybody needs to come to an agreement now on what the continued process will be for EITI in Norway. Illustration: PWYP Norway
PWYP Norway invites to an open meeting about EITI in Norway on the 2nd of June. The meeting is organised in relation to the EITI Board Meeting that takes place in Oslo. A key question for PWYP Norway is: What should be the way forward for EITI in Norway?
Until now Parliament´s own control mechanisms have not been involved. They will be now when Parliament takes this step. Photo: Johannes Jansson/norden.org
The Standing Committee on Finance and Economic Affairs has reported the Government´s lack of follow-up of the transparency law extended country-by-country reporting.