• Corruption Perception Index 2021

    Estonia lost a point in the CPI, placing 13th in the world with 74 points.

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04.05.2022

Roundtable Three: Next Steps to Increase the Transparency of Policymaking in Estonia on May 11

The roundtables will convene Members of the Riigikogu, civil society, and international experts to raise awareness about and better understand policies and practices in the areas of lobbying and preventing conflicts of interest in legislative activities, with an aim to develop concrete recommendations as a logical follow-up to the guidelines adopted by the executive sector. Roundtables are co-...
07.04.2022

Watch online! Roundtable Two: A Practical Approach to Lobby Transparency on April 13

The roundtables will convene Members of the Riigikogu, civil society, and international experts to raise awareness about and better understand policies and practices in the areas of lobbying and preventing conflicts of interest in legislative activities, with an aim to develop concrete recommendations as a logical follow-up to the guidelines adopted by the executive sector. Roundtables are co-...
07.03.2022

Policies Governing Lobbying 101: Roundtable on March 9

The roundtables will convene Members of the Riigikogu, civil society, and international experts to raise awareness about and better understand policies and practices in the areas of lobbying and preventing conflicts of interest in legislative activities, with an aim to develop concrete recommendations as a logical follow-up to the guidelines adopted by the executive sector. Roundtables are co-...
25.02.2022

Estonia has lost a point in the Corruption Perception Index

In the 2021 Corruption Perception Index published by Transparency International, Estonia lost a point compared to the previous year, now sharing places 13-17 with 74 points together with Canada, Iceland, Ireland and Austria. The Corruption Perception Index (CPI) measures the level of corruption in the public sector and in policy-making, as perceived by external experts and the business community...
10.12.2021
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Recognition of the act of misconduct in football, which has helped to end the culture of silence in sport, was recognized as an act of anti-corruption

On the occasion of the International Anti-Corruption Day on December 9, TI Estonia recognized those brave athletes and coaches who drew attention to misconduct in football. Among the first to talk about it were football clubs Nõmme Kalju ex-footballer Mia Belle Trisna and FC Elva’s former coach *Lauri (name changed in Eesti Ekspress), contributing to the shift in values in other sports as well. “...
24.11.2021

Digital Anti-Corruption Conference on December 7

We invite you to attend the first Digital Anti-Corruption Conference! Is the future of anti-corruption digital? Can digital tools solve any corruption problem? What are the problems we are still looking for solutions and what might they look like? We are trying to find answers to these questions by bringing together representatives of the public and private sectors, civil society, investors and...