The subject of the present report is the external evaluation of the “Integrity Education: Leveling the playing field in emerging and transitional markets of Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union project”, implemented by the Central European University.
Integrity Action’s China project has seeded fertile ground. Its work has helped foster rising sensitivity among student communities to corruption issues in China. Our survey of three universities confirms growing integration of integrity education into curricula and strong demand for integrity training. Should Integrity Action decide to withdraw from China, it will have successfully achieved its goals.
We, at Integrity Action are committed to demonstrating the values of transparency, accountability, competence and responsiveness in our global efforts to build integrity and design out corruption.
On October 29, 2013, 29th in the run-up to the Open Government Partnership conference, Integrity Action in association with Integrity Watch Afghanistan, Kemitraan (Partnership for Governance Reform Indonesia), UNDP and World Bank Institute organised a conference with the title: “Closing the Loop: Through Transparency, Accountability and Integrity”. We did it in partnership with organisations that are all committed to promoting learning on this agenda.
We, at Integrity Action are committed to demonstrating the values of transparency, accountability, competence and responsiveness in our global efforts to build integrity and design out corruption. To measure our success in this, we decided to ask our key stakeholders and partners for non- attributable and confidential feedback on how they view our partnership and organisational performance.
The Pro-Poor Integrity Project (PPI) of Integrity Action-Making Integrity Work is a governance programme focusing on local government and social accountability in four countries to improve integrity in service delivery.