Grant Agreement – Transparency International Indo-Pacific Partnerships Program (2020-23)
Summary of publication
This is a grant agreement between Australia and Transparency International (TI) valued at $9.25m from 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2023.
This program will support civil society, businesses and governments in our region to reduce corruption. Corruption is a key constraint to job creation and human development in many Indo-Pacific countries.
The program will focus on three end of program goals:
- Informed, Engaged and Active Demand for Accountability
A diverse range of anti-corruption actors and coalitions (including women and women’s organisations) that directly implement, help inform and increase public awareness of effective and inclusive approaches to fighting corruption
- Responsive, Effective and Accountable Governance
National and subnational governments have implemented or taken steps towards anti-corruption laws, policies, institutions and enforcement mechanisms that are based on evidence, adequately resourced and politically neutral
- Strong, Independent and Active TI Anti-Corruption Voice in Asia Pacific
A TI movement (including national chapters and the secretariat) with the internal capacity (tools, knowledge, resources, institutional culture) to influence both state and non-state anti-corruption actors at regional, national and subnational levels.