The Defence Integrity Action Fund is a fund disbursed by Transparency International Defence and Security to support TI Chapters in their efforts to reduce defence and security corruption worldwide.
- TI National Chapters and Chapters in Formation will be eligible to apply.
- The grant size will range from EUR 5,000-20,000 and the project duration will be 3-12 months.
- Complete projects, existing projects, or parts of projects through match funding can be funded.
- All projects need to be directly relevant and contribute to the TI Defence and Security strategy, which specifies how sustainable progress in this particular area can be made based on extensive consultations, research, and lessons identified from more than 10 years of working on these issues.
- Download the full specification here.
The deadline for grant applications is 14 March 2016. Please submit your proposals to email@example.com.
Listen to an expert panel discussion on corruption and security governance across Africa. This discussion took place on 25 January at King’s College London and coincided with the launch of the Africa results for Transparency International’s Government Defence Anti-Corruption Index.
Transparency International warns of ongoing corruption risks contributing to instability
All states in the Middle East and North Africa are at high risk of corruption posing a continuing threat to security and stability in the region according to a new Government Defence Index from Transparency International.
Sixteen of the seventeen states assessed in the index receive either E or F grades, representing either a “very high” or “critical” risk of defence corruption. Only Tunisia performs better, although is still classed as “high risk”.
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Transparency International Defence Security
Transparency International Defence and Security (TI-DS) welcomes the publication of the Secretary-General’s report on The Future of UN Peace Operations,” and the recommendations in the Report of the High Level Panel on Peace Operations (HIPPO) and those of the Advisory Group on the Peacebuilding Architecture.