WEBINAR | Cuidado digital para la sociedad civil luchando contra la corrupción

Cuándo: 26 de Mayo a las 16:00-19:00 Tiempo universal coordinado (UTC)Idioma: EspañolGrupos: NGOs trabajando en el campo de ante-corrupciónPlataforma: ZoomSubscripción: Por favor, inscríbase aquí La pandemia de Covid-19 no solo aumentó el tiempo que la sociedad civil gasta comunicándose en línea, sino que también aumentó el riesgo alrededor de la comunicación digital. Esto ha sido Read more about WEBINAR | Cuidado digital para la sociedad civil luchando contra la corrupción[…]

WEBINAR | Digital security for civil society fighting corruption

When: 11th May 2021, 14:00-17:00 Central European Summer Time (CEST)Language: EnglishTarget group: NGOs and activists working in the anti-corruption fieldCost: Free upon accepted registrationPlatform to be used: ZoomRegistration: The number of spaces is limited so please sign up here The COVID-19 pandemics has not only increased the time civil society spends communicating online but it Read more about WEBINAR | Digital security for civil society fighting corruption[…]

WEBINAR | Segurança digital destinado à sociedade civil no combate à corrupção

Quando: 6 maio de 2021, das 14h às 17h Horário de Verão da Europa Central (CEST)Língua: PortuguêsGrupo alvo: Ativistas da sociedade civil que trabalham na área de combate à corrupção. Custo: Gratuito, mediante aceitação do registoPlataforma a ser usada: Zoom Inscrição: O número de vagas é limitado, por favor inscreva-se A pandemia da COVID-19 fez Read more about WEBINAR | Segurança digital destinado à sociedade civil no combate à corrupção[…]

CiFAR’s interview with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation

“Civil society can contribute to asset recovery and more transparent processes” In 2019, CiFAR in cooperation with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation researched global challenges in asset recovery and the role civil society plays to fight cross-border corruption. Here is an interview with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation with the authors, Agatino and Jackson from CIFAR, presenting Read more about CiFAR’s interview with the Friedrich Ebert Foundation[…]

CiFAR’s interview with Zarul de Garda

“Politicians must accept that stolen assets belongs to the Moldovan people and that they must be found and recovered” In October 2018, CiFAR co-founder Agatino Camarda travelled to Chisinau, Moldova to meet with activists and journalists fighting corruption. Zarul de Garda, one of the most important online and offline investigative journalism outlets in Moldova, interviewed Read more about CiFAR’s interview with Zarul de Garda[…]

The role of civil society in asset recovery and fighting corruption in Ukraine

This blog is a part of our Ukraine series – written and researched by Michael Howard. You can read the previous post here.  On 4 November, media reported the passing of 33-year-old anti-corruption activist Kateryna Handzyuk, who three months earlier had been horrifically injured in an acid attack in the city of Kherson in southern Ukraine. Read more about The role of civil society in asset recovery and fighting corruption in Ukraine[…]

How to ensure a bright future for investigative journalism? – Reflections from the 18th IACC

Over the past few years, we have witnessed over and over again how immensely important and at the same time incredibly dangerous is the work of investigative journalists. To enhance the support for cross-border investigative journalism, in cooperation with the GIZ, we organised a workshop at the 18th International Anti-corruption Conference that took place between 22nd and 24th of Read more about How to ensure a bright future for investigative journalism? – Reflections from the 18th IACC[…]

How Nigerians are raising their voice on asset recovery

CiFAR travelled to Nigeria last June to understand what civil society is doing to recover Nigerian stolen assets and to connect with them. It was a very inspiring experience to see many people who have no fear to raise their voice on how asset once stolen by corrupt officials and returned to Nigeria belong to Read more about How Nigerians are raising their voice on asset recovery[…]

Mozambique: The Hidden Debt Case

Mozambique is one of the poorest countries in the world, with a GDP of US$11 billion in 2016. In the last year a US$2 billion case has embroiled the country and has the potential for far reaching consequences. The Hidden Debt case involved a confidential US$2 billion loan from the UK branches of the Swiss Bank Read more about Mozambique: The Hidden Debt Case[…]

What Civil Society Can Do To Recover Assets

Civil society’s work to recover stolen assets is dominated by technical topics—from mutual legal assistance and secrecy jurisdictions, to beneficial ownership. Due to the complex nature of these technicalities, organisations that lead asset recovery efforts have mostly failed to engage the public and effectively transform angry citizens into an engaged citizenry. Civil society has an Read more about What Civil Society Can Do To Recover Assets[…]