The need for a conflict of interest management system to fight corruption in Afghanistan 
Sayed Ikram Afzali | @SIAfzali  Executive Director, Integrity Watch Afghanistan Managing conflict of Interest is critical in a country such as Afghanistan where state institutions have been weakened by corruption, nepotism and cronyism. There are modern definitions and historical perspectives of conflict of interest existing which we can learn from to address this issue in  [...]
Integrity Watch would like to express its appreciation and gratitude to the team responsible for the production of this sixth bi-annual National Corruption Survey. Our appreciation could extend to many people but in particular to the report authors, Andrew McDevitt, whose decade of experience in research and anti-corruption enabled him to bring clarity to the  [...]
Saturday, March 30, 2013 – Kabul: Corruption is still regarded as the third major problem in Afghanistan, following security and unemployment, shows findings of the National Corruption Survey – a biannual study by Integrity Watch Afghanistan. While personal experiences with all forms of corruption have decreased from 23% in 2010 to 18% in 2012, the  [...]
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