Recent changes at Transparency Azerbaijan

Posted by: | Posted on: Апрель 4, 2019

Transparency Azerbaijan Anti-Corruption Public Union was established in October, 2000 by representatives of civil society and academia and fully accredited by the Transparency International as a national division in October, 2001, and re-accredited in 2006.

Since the beginning of 2019, a range of structural changes took place at the Transparency Azerbaijan Anti-Corruption Public Union. Hafiz Hasanov was elected as a Head of Board of the organization and Alimammad Nuriyev was appointed to the position of the Executive Director. At the same time, Ramil Iskandarli was appointed to the position of Deputy Executive Director.

Transparency Azerbaijan Anti-Corruption Public Union plans the implementation of various projects and programs in such directions like raising the level of public awareness, a formation of the business ethics, reduction of the causes and forms of corruption in Azerbaijan and this dangerous public phenomenon in general. Therefore, the new secretariat of the organization has been formed and started operating.

Transparency International is an international non-governmental organization, leading anti-corruption movement all over the globe. The Berlin-based Transparency International Secretariat coordinates anti-corruption activities in more than 90 countries through its national divisions. These divisions are independent local NGOs, free to choose their own policies and to raise funds for their activities.

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