Transparency International will release its 18th annual Corruption Perceptions Index on 5 December 2012 at 05.00 GMT.
Ireland Falls Further Behind Northern European Neighbours in Corruption Perceptions Index
Dublin, 1 December 2011
Transparency International Ireland is calling on the government to honour its pledges for reform after its latest Corruption Perceptions Index shows that Ireland’s ranking has fallen and it now compares poorly to other northern European nations. The CPI 2011 shows Ireland tied with Belgium among northern European countries, with only France achieving a lower score. Britain was only one place ahead of Ireland.
Dublin, 26 October 2007 - As the Dail debates the Taoiseach's testimony to the Mahon Tribunal, Transparency International calls on both the Government and Opposition to articulate a clear vision to fight corruption.
The 2007 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), launched today by Transparency International (TI), shows that Ireland’s international reputation for straight dealing has been hurt by weak safeguards against corruption and Government’s reversal of important political reforms.
Transparency International Ireland leads the movement for public integrity in Ireland through advocacy, research, training and support for people who stand up against corruption in all its forms.