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International Reports on Ireland

Ireland's progress in stopping corruption is monitored by a small number of international bodies as well as TI. The following reports have been published by the OECD and the Council of Europe's Group of States against Corruption (GRECO). The OECD monitors Ireland's compliance with the OECD Convention aimed at stopping the bribery of public officials overseas, while GRECO looks at Ireland's progress in implementing the Council of Europe Criminal Law Convention on Corruption which is primarily aimed at stopping corruption in domestic politics and government. If you think we've missed anything or a link is broken, feel free to let us know.

  • 2013 OECD REPORT on implementing the Anti-Bribery Convention in Ireland 
  • 2011 GRECO (Council of Europe) follow up evaluation on criminalisation and transparency in political party financing
  • 2010 OECD Report (Follow up on Phase 2 and Phase 2bis report on Ireland)
  • 2009 GRECO (Council of Europe) Report (Third Evaluation on transparency in political party financing)
  • 2009 GRECO (Council of Europe) Report (Third Evaluation on criminalisation of corruption)
  • 2008 OECD Report (Phase 2bis - follow up report on Ireland's implementation of the Anti-Bribery Convention)
  • 2007 OECD Report (Phase 2 report on Ireland's implementation of the Anti-Bribery Convention)
  • 2006 Financial Action Task Force Anti-Money Laundering Mutual Evaluation Report
  • 2005 GRECO (Council of Europe) Report (Second Evaluation)
  • 2003 GRECO (Council of Europe) Report (2005 Addendum)
  • 2003 GRECO (Council of Europe) Report
  • 2002 OECD Report on Ireland's implementation of the Anti-Bribery Convention
  • 2001 GRECO (Council of Europe) Report (First Evaluation)
  • 1999 OECD Survey of Anti-Corruption Measures in the Public Sector in Ireland