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Transparency International, the global civil society organization leading the fight against corruption, brings people together in a powerful worldwide coalition to end the devastating impact of corruption around the world.

Transparency International (TI : http://www.transparency.org) is a global network including more than 90 locally established national chapters and chapters-in-formation. These bodies fight corruption in the national arena in a number of ways. They bring together relevant players from government, civil society, business and the media to promote transparency in elections, in public administration, in procurement and in business. TI's global network of chapters and contacts also use advocacy campaigns to lobby governments to implement anti-corruption reforms.

Corruption Perception Index (CPI): 2001-2006

The Global Corruption Report (GCR) brings together news and analysis on corruption and the fight against corruption, addressing international and regional trends, highlighting noteworthy cases, and providing useful empirical evidence of corruption, including the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) and Bribe Payers Index (BPI). Each year, the Global Corruption Report contains a thematic section on a major issue in corruption, as well as reports from many of TIís chapters, as well as indices and empirical data. Contributions are commissioned from journalists, experts and activists from around the world.

The annual Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), published since 1995, is cited by the world's media as the leading measure of perceptions regarding corruption. The CPI ranks countries by perceived levels of corruption among public officials. The graphs above extract the data on Balkan countries (left) and a worldwide selection (right), for a comparison.  [more graphs] 

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