Presentation on theme: "Tiri is an independent non-governmental organization that works with governments, business and civil society to find practical solutions to making integrity."— Presentation transcript:
Tiri is an independent non-governmental organization that works with governments, business and civil society to find practical solutions to making integrity work. Improvements in integrity offer perhaps the single largest opportunity for sustainable and equitable development worldwide. Martin Tisne Programme Director, NIR
Projects > NIR In 2005, Tiri initiated the Network for Integrity in Reconstruction, working with NGOs from eight post-war countries and major aid agencies to address the particular integrity and corruption challenges and opportunities of post-war reconstruction. NIR’s mission statement is: Work to advance integrity in post-war countries by promoting accountability, competence, and corruption control to increase the effectiveness of recovery and reduce the likelihood of reverting to violent conflict. NIR operates in: Afghanistan Bosnia-Herzegovina East Timor Lebanon Mozambique Palestine Sierra Leone NIR’s Partners: Access Info RWI
Projects > NIR > Afghanistan NIR in Afghanistan Tiri is working with Integrity Watch Afghanistan Organization to engage communities in the monitoring of aid and reconstruction projects. From 2005-2007, Integrity Watch Afghanistan Organization and Tiri produced the Reconstruction National Integrity System Survey of integrity institutions, the Reconstruction Survey outlining aid dynamics, as well as case studies of the National Solidarity Program and Afghan road construction. NIR operates in: Afghanistan Bosnia-Herzegovina East Timor Lebanon Mozambique Palestine Sierra Leone Research Afghanistan Executive Summary - Delesgues, Lorenzo and Yama Torabi (2007) Reconstruction National Integrity System Survey Afghanistan 2007. Kabul: IWA; London: Tiri (C) 2007 Tiri - Delesgues, Lorenzo and Yama Torabi (2007) Reconstruction Survey, Afghanistan 2007. Kabul: IWA; London: Tiri (C) 2007 TiriReconstruction National Integrity System SurveyReconstruction Survey
I'm the chief executive and co-founder of an international not-for-profit organization: Tiri.org. Tiri works with governments, business, and civil society to find practical solutions to making integrity work. I divide my time between our two offices in London and Jerusalem - and the many countries where we work. I began my international career as the founding staff member and Head of Research of Transparency International (TI), the world’s first global anti-corruption NGO, with national chapters in some 100 countries. I was responsible for developing the Bribe Payers Index (BPI) in the course of which he interviewed business leaders in a dozen countries about their first-hand experiences with international bribery. Another of my innovations has been the Global Corruption Barometer (with Gallup International). Martin Tisne Programme Director, NIR Fredrik Galtung CEO & Co-Founder, Tiri London, United Kingdom Send a Message to Fredrik Blog: Click Here CV: Click Here
Events > June 19-20, 2008 Launch of Business Integrity Working Group Clifford Chance, London, United Kingdom June 30- July 9 2008 Integrity Reform Course Central European University, Budapest, Hungary October 30 -November 2 nd, 2008 13 th International Anti-Corruption Conference Athens, Greece
Countries> Nepal TI CPI Score: 2.5, Rank: 131 Latest Elections: April 11th, 2008 Upcoming Elections: May 17, 2010 Whistleblower Hotline: Surveys and Reports Global Integrity Survey: Click Here National Integrity Survey: Click Here Agencies Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) World Bank Country Page: Click Here NGOs Transparency International Nepal Nepal Participatory Action Network Volunteer Service and Support Nepal Description of government structure: Chief of State: Prime Minister Girija Prasad KOIRALA Head of Government: Prime Minister Girija Prasad KOIRALA Assembly: Nepal has a unicameral Interim Parliament with 330 seats.* *The 601-seat Constituent Assembly will replace the Interim Parliament, formed on January 15, 2007, until new legislative elections are held under the new constitution.