According to Transparency International yearly (2022) index that was recently published, Sweden now shares the fifth place with Singapore. It is Sweden’s lowest ranking in years. Based on a number of criteria, Transparency International score and rank 180 countries across … Continue reading » “Corruption: Sweden Lags Behind”Continue readingMore Tag
The Raoul Wallenberg Institute and the Swedish Institute Against Corruption invite you to a two-week online course on the nexus between corruption and human rights.
When: 11-22 October 2021 Where: Online on Zoom and Canvas Apply by: October 1
Ahead of the 18th International Anti-Corruption Conference held in Copenhagen on the 22-24th of October, the Raoul Wallenberg Institute sat down with Elaine Ryan, our Senior Analyst on Anti-Corruption and Human Rights, to discuss a human rights approach to … Continue reading » “Elaine Ryan: Combining Anti-Corruption and Human Rights”Continue readingMore Tag
Corruption often violates our human rights, like the right to equality before the law or the right not to be subject to torture. That’s why the Raoul Wallenberg Institute attended the 18th International Anti-Corruption Conference this week with a clear … Continue reading » “Four Takeaways from World’s Biggest Anti-Corruption Gathering”Continue readingMore Tag