Resource Author: Transparency International
This resource is designed to assist stakeholders to ask the right questions and hold those responsible for commissioning, selecting and financing public infrastructure to account. The tool provides a practical, easily applicable roadmap to identify and mitigate red-flag corruption hotspots during the process of project selection.
Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index is the leading global indicator of public sector corruption, providing an annual comparative snapshot of 180 countries and territories. The index for 2021 draws on 13 expert assessments and surveys of businesspeople.
This first-of-its-kind tool comes from a survey of over 6,000 Pacific Islanders across ten countries and territories addressing perceptions of corruption, individual experiences with corruption, and how things could change. The resource is the most extensive public opinion data on corruption ever gathered in the region.
This self-guided online tool provides junior mining companies operating in high-risk jurisdictions with practical strategies to help keep corruption out of new projects, with a particular focus on the licensing and permitting stages. Also available in a printable format, the guide features practical scenarios, sample policies and procedures, and other helpful resources.
The Corruption Perception Index ranks 180 countries and territories by their perceived levels of public sector corruption. This video provides information on regional corruption trends and demonstrates the impacts of transnational corruption on Australian businesses. It is useful for understanding the importance of third-party risk analysis and due diligence.
Ranks 180 countries and territories by their perceived levels of public sector corruption. Helps companies to understand and compare the corruption risks of operating in different countries. Useful for undertaking third party risk analysis and due diligence. Learn about regional trends, and the areas that have the greatest bribery and corruption risks.