Group of States against corruption (GRECO)

GRECO’s first decade: some lessons to be learnt through eight thematic articles

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Strasbourg, 3 April 2012 – 

The Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) publishes today a compendium on the themes that have been dealt with over the first decade of its existence (from 2000 to 2011). GRECO has learned some key lessons from the analyses conducted on the spot, during the evaluations carried out in its member States [1], and has assembled them in a compendium which ranges from the fight against corruption within public administration to the independence of party funding monitoring, also covering revolving doors/pantouflage and the protection of whistleblowers, just to cite a few titles.
This compendium is intended for any reader wishing to widen his / her knowledge relating to the fight against corruption and to the safeguarding of public integrity, be it for personal reasons or in the framework of his / her professional or civic activities.

Link to the Compendium
Link to the different activity reports

[1] Currently 49 – 48 European States and the United States of America. To see the complete list of members, click here.