Annual Information Sheets 2012

Member Organisation

  1. Access Info Europe, Spain,
  2. Afghan Anti-Corruption Network, Afghanistan,
  3. Africa Center for Open Governance (AfriCOG), Kenya,
  4. Anti-Corruption Coalition Uganda (ACCU), Uganda,
  5. Anti-Corruption Trust of Southern Africa (ACT-SA), Namibia,
  6. Asociación Civil por la Igualdad y la Justicia (ACIJ), Argentina,
  7. Association of Committees for Monitoring Parliamentarians and Elected Officials (TUMIKOM), Turkey,
  8. CCLP Worldwide, India,
  9. Center for the Study of Democracy, Bulgaria,
  10. Centre for Law and Democracy, Canada,
  11. Chile Transparente, Chile,
  12. Christian Aid, UK,
  13. Coalition for Integrity and Social Accountability (CISA), Cambodia,
  14. Development Dynamics, Nigeria
  15. Economic Research Centre, Azerbaijan,
  16. 5th Pillar, India,
  17. Focal Integrity Team for Cameroon, Cameroon,
  18. Ghana Anti-Corruption Coalition, Ghana,
  19. Global Financial Integrity, USA,
  20. Global Network for Good Governance, Cameroon,
  21. Global Witness, UK,
  22. Gram Bharati Samiti (GBS), India,
  23. Grassroots Anticorruption Awareness Initiative (GACANI), Nigeria,
  24. Groupe d’Action de Paix et de Formation pour la Transformation (GAPAFOT), Central African Republic, Facebook Page
  25. Human Rights Association for Community Development in Assuit (AHRA), Egypt,
  26. Human Rights Defenders Solidarity Network Uganda, Uganda
  27. Institut pour la Solidarité et le Développement (ISD), Benin
  28. Jordan Transparency Centre (JTC), Jordan,
  29. Libyan Transparency Association, Libya
  30. Ligue Camerounaise des Droits Humains, Cameroon
  31. NGOs Computer Literacy Shelter Welfare (NCLSW), Pakistan,
  32. Oyoun Center Foundation for Studying and Developing Human Rights and Democracy (OHR), Egypt
  33. Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development and Transparency (PILDAT), Pakistan,
  34. Pan African Lawyers Union, Tanzania,
  35. Professional for Humanity,
  36. Qualicidade Institute, Brazil,
  37. Rural Educational Development & Welfare Organization, Pakistan
  38. Rural Studies Center, Egypt,
  39. Sahkar Social Welfare Association Larkana (SSWAL), Pakistan,
  40. Sewa Development Trust Sindh, Pakistan,
  41. SHERPA, France,
  42. Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), Nigeria,
  43. Synod of Victoria and Tasmania, Uniting Church of Australia, Australia,
  44. Tearfund, United Kingdom,
  45. Terra 1530, Moldova,
  46. Toward Transparency, Vietnam,
  47. Transparency and Accountability Network, Philippines, Facebook Page
  48. Transparency International Anti Corruption Center, Armenia,
  49. Transparency International Australia, Australia,
  50. Transparency International Bangladesh, Bangladesh,
  51. Transparency International Cambodia, Cambodia,
  52. Transparency International Canada, Canada,
  53. Transparency International Croatia, Croatia,
  54. Transparency International Germany, Germany,
  55. Transparency International Korea, Korea,
  56. Transparency International Macedonia, Macedonia,
  57. Transparency International Sweden, Sweden,
  58. Transparency International USA, USA,
  59. Transparency International Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe,
  60. Transparency Maroc, Morocco,
  61. Transparency Palestine, Palestine,
  62. Women United for Economic Empowerment, Nigeria,
  63. Women’s Initiative for Self-Actualisation, WIFSA,
  64. Young Businessmen Association for Community Development in Assiut, Egypt
  65. Zero Corruption Coalition, Nigeria,

Individual Members

  1. Shaazka Beyerle, USA
  2. Indira Carr, UK
  3. Londa Esadze, Georgia
  4. Uche Igwe, Nigeria
  5. Makiko Nishitani, Japan
  6. Jack D. Smith, USA,
  7. Elina Zubaidy, Bangladesh,

A global civil society network promoting the implementation and monitoring of the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC)