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CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS INDEX 2020: LATVIA'S SCORE SLIGHTLY IMPROVES

CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS INDEX 2020: LATVIA’S SCORE SLIGHTLY IMPROVES

Corruption Perceptions Index 2020: Latvia’s score slightly improves, but bolder reforms are needed to crack down on political corruption TI Latvia’s analysis, full text -> Transparency International has published the results of the Corruption Perceptions Index 2020. Latvia’s score has increased by 1, from 56 to 57, and ranks 42nd the world (together with Cyprus and Costa ...

Publicēts 28/01/2021
TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL LATVIA LAUNCHES A NEW VERSION OF THE POPULAR WEBSITE "DEPUTĀTI UZ DELNAS"

TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL LATVIA LAUNCHES A NEW VERSION OF THE POPULAR WEBSITE “DEPUTĀTI UZ DELNAS”

Transparency International Latvia (Delna) has launched a new version of the website Deputāti uz Delnas. The website features interactive tools that allow users to easily explore data and information about the finances of political parties as well as Members of the Parliament’s outside interests. Data and information were collected from the Corruption Prevention and Combating ...

Publicēts 17/12/2020
PRESENTING THE NEW VERSION OF DEPUTĀTI UZ DELNAS

PRESENTING THE NEW VERSION OF DEPUTĀTI UZ DELNAS

In 2019 and 2020, in the framework of the project “Integrity Watch Europe”, funded by the European Commission and led by the Transparency International Secretariat, Transparency International Latvia updated the popular website “Deputāti uz Delnas”. This online event aims to: Introduce the new version of deputatiuzdelnas.lv and explain its main functionalities Explain how the website was developed, ...

Publicēts 15/12/2020
CONFERENCE: THE ROAD TO LOBBYING REGULATION IN LATVIA

CONFERENCE: THE ROAD TO LOBBYING REGULATION IN LATVIA

Transparency International Latvia and the Parliamentary Committee on Defence, Internal Affairs and Corruption Prevention of the Parliament of the Republic of Latvia in cooperation with the State Chancellery, with the support of the OGP is organising the online conference. The conference aims to discuss progress and the next steps in the development of the legal framework ...

Publicēts 09/12/2020
WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTIONS POSITION LATVIA AS AN EXAMPLE OF OPEN GOVERNMENT

WHISTLEBLOWER PROTECTIONS POSITION LATVIA AS AN EXAMPLE OF OPEN GOVERNMENT

Following years of advocacy by civil society organizations and legislative preparations by a dedicated working group of experts, Latvia adopted a comprehensive Whistleblowing  law  in 2018, that came into force on May 1st, 2019. For their collective work on these crucial protections enabling citizens witnessing  corruption, tax, health, environment and other violations observed in their work ...

Publicēts 09/12/2020
AMBASSADORS, LATVIAN OFFICIALS AND TI LATVIA EMPHASIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF COOPERATION IN COMBATING CORRUPTION

AMBASSADORS, LATVIAN OFFICIALS AND TI LATVIA EMPHASIZE THE IMPORTANCE OF COOPERATION IN COMBATING CORRUPTION

On the International Anti-Corruption Day, the US Ambassador to Latvia John Carwille, the President of Latvia Egils Levits, several Latvian state officials, as well as other foreign ambassadors and Inese Tauriņa, the Director of the Transparency International Latvia, presented a joint video statement to mark the importance of cooperation in the fight against corruption. Ambassador Carwille ...

Publicēts 09/12/2020
VIDEOS – INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE TO LAY A FOUNDATION FOR THE NEXT LEVEL OF WHISTLEBLOWING

VIDEOS – INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE TO LAY A FOUNDATION FOR THE NEXT LEVEL OF WHISTLEBLOWING

Online conference “Whistleblowing: the Next Level” took place on 5 and 6 November 2020 to review the progress of Latvia and share experiences with other countries in this area. During these two days, experts from Latvia and other countries will spoke about the results achieved during the first year after adoption of the Whistleblowing Law, ...

Publicēts 04/11/2020
TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL’S EU CHAPTERS AND LOCAL PARTNERS CALL FOR AN OPEN AND VIBRANT PUBLIC CONTRACTING SYSTEM FOR THE EU

TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL’S EU CHAPTERS AND LOCAL PARTNERS CALL FOR AN OPEN AND VIBRANT PUBLIC CONTRACTING SYSTEM FOR THE EU

EU leaders asked to toughen anti-corruption measures in the next round of financing to protect public contracts TRANSPARENCY INTERNATIONAL’S EU CHAPTERS AND LOCAL PARTNERS CALL FOR AN OPEN AND VIBRANT PUBLIC CONTRACTING SYSTEM FOR THE EU The next seven-year European Union (EU) budget – the ‘MFF’ – and COVID-19 recovery funds are at risk of abuse unless ...

Publicēts 16/10/2020
PUBLICATION OF PROCUREMENT DOCUMENT PACKAGE

PUBLICATION OF PROCUREMENT DOCUMENT PACKAGE

Transparency International Latvia/Delna and the Procurement Monitoring Bureau of Latvia have jointly developed and published a sample “procurement document package”.  The goals of these sample documents are to simplify public procurement by municipalities and other institutions, as defined by the Law on Public Procurement, and to promote effectiveness and integrity in public procurements. The package was ...

Publicēts 10/08/2020
SERGEJUS MURAVJOVAS – WE HAVE TO PROTECT WHISTLEBLOWERS

SERGEJUS MURAVJOVAS – WE HAVE TO PROTECT WHISTLEBLOWERS

We asked Sergejus Muravjovas, CEO of Transparency International Lithuania to share his experience with whistleblowing. He is one of the speakers at Whistleblowing Conference which is planned in autumn. .What are your thoughts on whistleblowing? Could you give any arguments on why people should whistleblow? Whistleblowing can be a powerful tool that helps people learn about various ...

Publicēts 29/07/2020
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