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Transparency International Global Priorities
Transparency International's thematic webpages include the latest anti-corruption research, tools for fighting corruption and examples of best practice. They also contain information about projects from TI’s network of national chapters and contacts around the world, and related links and other resources.
TI has defined five global priorities in the fight against corruption:
Corruption in politics
Corruption in public contracting
Corruption in the private sector
International anti-corruption conventions
Poverty and development
TI also continues to focus its attention on the following thematic issues:[b]
[b]Access to information
Forest Integrity Network

How do you define corruption?[/b]
Transparency International (TI) has chosen a clear and focused definition of the term: Corruption is operationally defined as the misuse of entrusted power for private gain. TI further differentiates between "according to rule" corruption and "against the rule" corruption. Facilitation payments, where a bribe is paid to receive preferential treatment for something that the bribe receiver is required to do by law, constitute the former. The latter, on the other hand, is a bribe paid to obtain services the bribe receiver is prohibited from providing
What does TI do against corruption?
TI has been dedicated to the fight against corruption since its foundation in 1993. The basic principles of TI's anti-corruption struggle have been defined from the start: coalition building, proceeding incrementally, and remaining non-confrontational. What does this mean?TI believes that keeping corruption in check is only feasible if representatives from government, business and civil society work together and agree on a set of standards and procedures they all support. TI also believes that corruption cannot be rooted out in one big sweep. Rather, fighting it is a step-by-step, project-by-project process. Finally, TI's non-confrontational approach is necessary to get all relevant parties to the table.It is TI's goal to define and introduce strategies and mechanisms that make corrupt practices if not impossible, at least unlikely and punishable, both on the national as well as on the international level. Raising public awareness of the problem, stressing that corruption is a problem that can be tackled and that it is not a given fact of life, is the first step in this direction. That is why TI has begun by collecting, analysing and distributing information on the subject

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