Reports
CAMBODIAN RADIO COVERING CORRUPTION
Sunday, 03 August 2008 , Written by « Pact Cambodia »   
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

 

The primary task of a journalist is to inform the public about the main issues facing a country and corruption is definitely a very important issue in Cambodia. In this survey four main newscasts on four Khmer-language radio stations are for a period of eleven months daily screened on corruption related stories. This is the first quarterly report presenting findings so far.

 

The first quantitative part of this survey focuses on how often radio news programs inform their readers about corruption. The second qualitative part answers how radio news programs inform the public about corruption. Both parts are based on a close reading of full stories on twenty corruption-related keywords. A separated report covers the findings of a simultaneous survey on corruption-related stories in five Khmer-language national newspapers.

 

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CAMBODIAN PRESS COVERING CORRUPTION
Thursday, 31 July 2008 , Written by « Pact Cambodia »   
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

 

The primary task of a newspaper is to inform readers about the main issues facing a country and corruption is definitely a very important issue in Cambodia. In this survey the five most frequently published Khmer-language Cambodian national newspapers are screened for corruption related stories.

 

This is the first quarterly report of this survey. The first quantitative part of this report focuses on how often newspapers inform their readers about corruption. The second qualitative part answers howfull stories. A separated report covers the findings of a simultaneous survey on corruption-related stories in four Khmer-language radio programs. newspapers inform the public about corruption, based on a close reading of

 

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ANNUAL REPORT 2007
Wednesday, 30 July 2008 , Written by « Transparency International »   
 The scale of human suffering and poverty around the world remains​​ immense as a direct consequence of corruption and greed. This is our fundamental challenge. Despite the dire situation, our movement can look back at some definite successes this past year.

 

Transparency International’s national chapters continued to grow and our message of transparency and accountability resonated more strongly with government and the private sector. The inclusion of powerful anti-corruption commitments in the Group of Eight communiqué at the 2007 Heiligendamm Summit bears testimony to this spirit.

 

TI joined in the celebration of the tenth anniversary of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention, which criminalised overseas bribery by companies from the world’s wealthiest countries, and used the occasion to call for stronger enforcement.

 

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