In this sense, our projects have particularly envisaged the following type of activities:
→ monitoring of law enforcement and institutional performance with relevance to reducing corruption;
→ training: participating in and organizing trainings for nongovernmental organizations, public servants and political parties, on themes directly or indirectly connected to corruption;
→ counselling: offering consultancy and juridical assistance to citizens affected by corruption, without representing them in a court of law;
→ civic education: TI Romania promotes:
a. models of ethical behaviour for individuals and institutions involved in public life;
b. the public integrity system, proposing the TI Guide as a civic education manual;
c. public debates on corruption-related themes;
d. information and raising awareness campaigns on issues related to public integrity.
For the implementation of the projects and carrying out proposed activities, TI Romania has benefited from funding from grants, services and consulting contracts.
Considering the dimensions of our activities and the fact that we must meet increasingly varied demands in approaching corruption, some of these projects have been implemented with the assistance of our partners – civil society organizations, public institutions and authorities, specialists in related fields.
This section is dedicated to presenting all projects and project results of TI Romania. To facilitate access, projects are listed chronologically. The two main categories they could be grouped into are:
a. perceptions on corruption, legislative and institutional corruption-generating mechanisms;
b. the extent to which the Romanian national integrity system allows for sustainable development, the rule of law and a high quality of life;
→ promoting legislative/advocacy policies and initiatives: gives feedback on and proposes amendments to legislation with regard to reducing corruption, and gives feedback on governmental anticorruption strategies and action plans;