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  • Newspaper

    Canadian university professors 'condemn' Carleton University board for gag order


    Chris Cobb - Ottawa Citizen

    The association representing Canada’s university professors has condemned Carleton University’s board of governors for a new policy that will ban board members from speaking publicly about the meetings they attend. The professors say the move is a violation of transparency and openness that is fundamental to academic freedom. The board has also moved to ban faculty and student union representatives from sitting on the board, claiming they are in conflict of interest.

  • Newspaper

    Activists welcome SAAC, say it will bring in transparency


    - the Times of India

    KOLHAPUR: Like the grading system in higher education through the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), the state government will soon introduce the State Assessment and Accreditation Council (SAAC) system for the assessment and accreditation of the primary and secondary schools across the state, a move welcomed by city-based education activists who say it will bring transparency to the education system and will force schools to improve their infrastructure and education quality

  • Manual on integrity planning and integrity management

    This Manual provides a brief overview of the key principles and concepts of integrity risk management and integrity planning, and highlights the process of planning, developing, implementing, monitoring and reviewing integrity plans. Moreover, it is...

    Minkova, Milena

    Pristina, UNDP, 2015

  • Mapping corruption risks in Kosovo’s education sector


    UNDP and IIEP have developed a Corruption Risk Assessment for Kosovo’s education sector to help build integrity.

  • Newspaper

    Show us the money: universities called to explain how they spend funds


    Matthew Knott - The Sydney Morning Herald

    Education Minister wants to make universities more accountable for how they spend their money after it was revealed billions of dollars a year are redirected from teaching to research. A report by the Grattan Institute found that universities report the $26 billion they spend each year in an "opaque" way, concluding: "Australia needs a more transparent system for reporting how universities spend their money."

  • Newspaper

    Oxford criticized over oligarch's £75m donation


    Luke Harding - The Guardian

    Oxford University has been urged in an open letter to review its decision to accept £75m from Britain’s richest man to build the Blavatnik School of Government. The letter also urges the university to carry out urgent “transparency and procedural reforms” with regard to foreign donations.

  • Government favouritism in Europe

    This volume reunites the fieldwork of 2014-2015 in the ANTICORRP project. It is entirely based on objective indicators and offers both quantitative and qualitative assessments of the linkage between political corruption and organised crime using...

    Mungiu-Pippidi, Alina

    Opladen, Barbara Budrich Publishers, 2015

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