Transparency International-Estonia is a non-profit association set up to highlight appearance of corruption in the public and private sector. The organization is also aimed at building a coalition of anti-corruption forces in Estonia. TI-Estonia (Korruptsioonivaba Eesti in Estonian) is the Estonian national chapter of Transparency International. From 2000 to 2007, TI-Estonia functioned as a unit of the Jaan Tõnisson Institute. At the beginning of 2007, it was registered as a separate NGO. TI Estonia’s main fields of activity are analyzing the risks of corruption, pointing out and leading the attention of authorities to the problematic fields, developing proposals of legislative amendments and strengthening cooperation between the institutions and private persons concerned with the fight against corruption Funding for TI Estonia takes place through project financing. In 2007, the major contribution was made by Open Estonia Foundation.