Vietnam Youth Integrity Survey 2014 to be launched
22 July 2015
Towards Transparency (TT) – the national contact of Transparency International (TI) in Vietnam – will release the Vietnam Youth Integrity Survey (YIS) 2014 on 4th, August 2015.
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Forum: Why are transparent companies more successful + Announcing one-day free consultancy on CSR for business
2 June 2015
During the CSR Calendar Forum on Fair Operating: “Why are transparent companies more successful?”, Mr. Florian Beranek – Lead Expert Social Responsibility of UNIDO announced In-house One-day Consultancy on CSR for Business Programme. Vietnamese enterprises, who successfully become members of Global Compact Network Viet Nam located in Ho Chi Minh and Ha Noi, will be provided with 1-day CSR consultancy on the 10 principles of the UN Global Compact, ISO 26000 and related topics. The selected companies will be supported by UNIDO CSR Expert Group Viet Nam.
Transparency International calls on ASEAN to make anti-corruption major part of economic community
24 Apr 2015
Rampant corruption across Southeast Asia threatens to derail plans for greater economic integration, Transparency International warned in a new report. ASEAN leaders must create a regional body that integrates anti-corruption principles into the framework of a proposed regional economic community or hopes for shared prosperity, upward mobility and entrepreneurship won’t be fulfilled.
Integrity Festival Night and the Finale of the “Integrity Me” contest
31 Jan 2105
Towards Transparency (TT) and SAGE Brand and Communications Academy (SAGE) co-organised Integrity Festival Night and finale of the communications contest “Integrity Me” successfully at Liberty Central Saigon Citypoint.
Vietnam makes no progress on Corruption Perceptions Index 2014 (CPI)
3 Dec 2014
The Corruption Perceptions Index 2014 (CPI 2014) was publicly released by Transparency International (TI) today, ranking 175 countries and territories, based on the perceptions of business people and country experts of corruption in the public sector in each country/territory. This year, Vietnam scores 31/100, ranking 119 globally and 18 out of 28 countries and territories in the Asia Pacific region. It is noted that Vietnam’s CPI score remains unchanged for three consecutive years (2012- 2014) and corruption in the public sector remains a serious problem in the country.
Integrity Me – The Communication Contest officially launched
14 October 2014
Towards Transparency (TT) and SAGE launch the communication contest Integrity Me for Vietnamese youth aged 18 – 28 who are passionate about and determined to overcome new challenges in communication. Through finding innovative ways and mobilizing young communications professionals, the contest aims to encourage young people to start acting with integrity, honesty and responsibility at the personal level.
Business representatives met in Hanoi & HCMC to introduce the Vietnam Integrity Alliance
7 May 2014
Nearly 100 business representatives, leaders from international chambers of commerce such as EuroCham, CanCham, BBGV, AusCham, and MNCs met in Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City on 22 and 24 April, 2014, for the introduction of the Vietnam Integrity Alliance.
2013 Corruption Perception Index (CPI): Transparency International’s CPI 2013 offers a warning that the abuse of power, secret dealings and bribery continue to ravage societies around the world
3 December 2013
More than two thirds of the 177 countries in the 2013 index score below 50, on a scale from 0 (perceived to be highly corrupt) to 100 (perceived to be very clean). “The Corruption Perceptions Index 2013 demonstrates that all countries still face the threat of corruption at all levels of government, from the issuing of local permits to the enforcement of laws and regulations,” said Huguette Labelle, Chair of Transparency International.
2013 Global Corruption Barometer (GCB): Vietnam needs to show more concrete results in anti – corruption
9 July 2013
Vietnamese citizens see the level of corruption in the country to be increasing, according to the findings of the Transparency International (TI)’s 8th Global Corruption Barometer, the largest cross-country survey of citizens’ views on, and experiences of corruption.
2012 Global Corruption Report (GCR): The education of our children cannot succeed when corruption taints our school and universities
1 October 2013
Transparency International in a new report shows how stepping up the fight against corruption in education is necessary not only to keep kids in school and meet literacy and development goals, but also to ensure that the next generation is prepared to say no to corruption.