CiFAR is a non-profit, charitable, civil society organisation. Donating to CiFAR enables us to continue our work in fighting against the theft of public assets and campaigning for the return of stolen assets.
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At this time of year, we’re asking for your support so we can continue our work in 2018
In 2017 we achieved a lot – from kicking off a training programme for young investigative journalists, to working with young activists, producing research into ongoing cases of cross-border corruption and supporting our network
We have great things planned for 2018
We’re going to support investigative journalists to research cutting edge stories on stolen assets
We’re going to work with civil society from across the world fighting against corruption to strengthen their ability to campaign to get public money back
We’re going to build new generations of activists and take the cause to the streets