Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) 2016

Posted by: | Posted on: Январь 25, 2017

CPI 2016Transparency International’s National Chapter in Azerbaijan presents the TI Corruption Perceptions Index 2016. This year Azerbaijan received a score of 30, and was ranked 123th out of 176 countries. The CPI 2016 ranks countries in terms of the degree to which corruption is perceived to exist in the public sector. The ranking is based on a scale of 0 to 100 with 0 being very corrupt and 100 being very clean. It is thus a country’s score rather than its rank that allows comparing developments in a country over time.  In 2015 Azerbaijan was ranked 119th among 168 countries with the score of 29. Azerbaijan’s score in this year’s CPI went up by one point from the previous year. Read More …

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Global Corruption Barometer 2016

Posted by: | Posted on: Ноябрь 15, 2016

barometerTransparency Azerbaijan is pleased to present the results of a new 2016 Global Corruption Barometer (hereinafter the “Barometer”) by Transparency International, Global Coalition against Corruption.  This year, the global report is released in the format of regional series with Azerbaijan included into the report for Europe and Central Asia, summarizing opinions of nearly 60,000 people across 42 countries of the region. The sampling for Azerbaijan included 1,510 respondents and the survey was conducted in April-August 2016.  This is the only worldwide public opinion survey on views and experiences of corruption by ordinary citizens. As the only global poll of the general public, it provides an indicator of how corruption is affecting individuals on a national level and how efforts to curb corruption around the world are viewed on the ground.  The main findings for Europe and Central Asia of the 2016 Barometer are given below in comparison with data for Azerbaijan. Read More …

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The MONITORING REPORT on E-services and data sharing between state agencies presented

Posted by: | Posted on: Сентябрь 9, 2016

mainTransparency Azerbaijan (TA), with support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), presented the monitoring report on the quality of e-services provided by state agencies and the level of data sharing between them on September 9, 2016 at Kura Hall of Grand Europe Hotel. The report includes the results of the monitoring conducted by TA on the implementation status of the Cabinet of Ministers’ decision No. 191 dated November 24, 2011 on “Rules of e-service provision by the central executive bodies in specific areas» and on the approval of the «List of electronic services», as well as E-development Index of state agencies. Read More …

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Presentation of the final monitoring report on implementation of “Open Government Partnership Initiative National Action Plan for 2012 – 2015”

Posted by: | Posted on: Сентябрь 8, 2016

main“Transparency Azerbaijan” Anti-corruption Public Association, the local chapter of “Transparency International”, presented the final monitoring report on implementation of the “Open Government Partnership Initiative National Action Plan 2012 – 2015”.  The report was produced within the framework of Azerbaijan Partnership for Transparency Project funded by United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The purpose of the event was to present the outcomes of the monitoring report to public and to arrange constructive discussion on the initiatives of the government on combating corruption, with the participation of representatives of the state bodies and civil society organizations, as well as diplomatic missions in Azerbaijan.

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The Final Monitoring Report on Implementation of Recommendations Provided by TA to Public Agencies through 2012-2016 Presented

Posted by: | Posted on: Сентябрь 8, 2016

mainTransparency Azerbaijan, with support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), presented the results of public advocacy efforts undertaken in the past four years – from September 2012 to September 2016. The final report evaluates implementation of recommendations submitted separately by Transparency Azerbaijan at the roundtables, as well as through other channels to the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection, Ministry of Justice, State Registry of Real Estate, Azerigas PU, Azersu OSJ and Azerishiq OSJ and other agencies. Read More …

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