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Digital Anti-Corruption Conference (DACC)

In Search of Applicable  Innovations

Scene Setting Online Discussions

7 December 2021

10 AM – 5.30 PM (GMT+2)Organised by:  Anti-Corruption Headquarters NGO (Kyiv, Ukraine) & Transparency International Estonia (Tallinn, Estonia...

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Building a Nordic Open Data Ecosystem

The overarching goal of the project is to foster Nordic-Baltic cooperation in the implementation of common standards in the disclosure of essential anti-corruption data and in the development digital tools enabling citizens and journalists to prevent and detect corruption. To achieve this goal,...

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Participatory budgeting in Estonian schools

In Estonia, participatory budgeting has been implemented for many years, for example in Tartu. A small part of the budget is set aside and ideas for the use of the budget can be submitted by everyone. The various concepts will eventually be put to the vote, giving the people in the town the...

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Supporting whistleblowers through the Advocacy and Legal Advice Centre

Through this initiative, Transparency International Estonia will create the Advocacy and Legal Advice Centre (ALAC) to provide free legal advice using safe channels and the help of pro bono law firms to people who are considering reporting or have experienced retaliation due to reporting....

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Improving the Capacity of the Civil Society to Fight Corruption in Moldova

The aim of the project is to improve the anti-corruption capacity of Moldovan NGO-s. During the project, there will be a study trip for Moldovan NGO-s to Tallinn, during which they meet the main anti-corruption actors in Estonia, including the National Audit Office and the Ministry of Finance....

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Anti-corruption programme for the Moldovan public sector

The aim of the project is to exchange anti-corruption knowhow and expertise between the Estonian and Moldovan experts, improve the anti-corruption capacity of the Moldovan public sector and improve the anti-corruption cooperation between the two countries. During the project, Estonian and...

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Tailor-made whistleblowing mechanism for the public sector

The aim of the project is to develop a mechanism for reporting wrongdoing which will function appropriately in the Estonian public sector.

During the project, specific recommendations and proposals are made to the partner from the public sector in order to develop, implement and use the...

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Public Ethics Benchmarking

A successful democract is based on the public's trust, the public in turn trusts a governance based on strong ethical principles. The methodology and tools for this project have been developed by the Council of Europe and such projects have previously been carried out in Spain, Romania, Moldova...

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Opener: discovering corruption risks with the help of open data

The aim of the project is to test if Estonian open data is sufficient to detect corruption risks.
During the project a test version of an online platform will be developed which will correlate data from different open sources, creates and detects relevant connections which otherwise would...

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Curbing corruption in media

The Ministry of Justice and TI Estonia have concluded a contract to map the extent of corruption in Estonian media, raise journalists’ awareness on corruption and ethics and to foster investigative journalism. Background Journalism has a significant role to play in preventing corruption, but...

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Handbook for avoiding conflict of interest for NGO-s

The aim of the project is to create a handbook for Estonian NGO-s which will help them understand the essence of conflict of interest and how this affects organisations' everyday work and the efficiency. 

The project is funded by National Foundation of Civil Society.

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National Integrity System Assessment in Estonia

TI Estonia is taking part in an international study project aimed at analyzing anti-corruption systems in 25 European countries simultaneously and following the same methodology.

Project will run 24 months and is conducted with financial support from the Prevention of and Fight Against Crime Programme, European Commission - Directorate-General Justice, Freedom and Security.

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Curbing corruption by enhancing Estonian private sector integrity

Project is aimed at reducing corruption in society through systematic preventative approach to Estonian private sector. Prerequisite for widespread corrupt activities is its uniform level of existence in society. Corruption is likely to flourish if it is made possible in all the relevant spheres...

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Establishment of anticorruption network of non-governmental organisations

The establishment of anticorruption network of NGOs in Estonia is being coordinated by TI-Estonia to strengthen the anti-corruption attitude of civil society organizations and to develop a larger supporting platform for the fight against corruption. etecting corruption and bent relations tends...