The EU-funded project “Supporting prevention of corruption and investigation through civic engagement on a local level” which is implemented by Innovation and Development Foundation (IDF) announces a third (final) wave of mini-grant programme of up to 500 Euro for conducting anti-corruption investigations. Main goal of the programme: To conduct anti-corruption investigations on the basis of […]
The law on corruption whistleblowers is perhaps the biggest achievement of Ukrainian anti-corruption reform in recent years. However, it is necessary to provide full informational and procedural support of the law. This was stated by the President of the Institute of Applied Humanitarian Research Mykhailo Buromensky during the Roundtable Discussion “Major issues and challenges in […]
Wikiinvestigation project detected the pressure on the corruption whistleblower. The EU-funded project of crowdsourcing investigations of corruption Wikiinvestigation detected the first pressure on the corruption whistleblower after the Amendments to the Law of Ukraine ‘On Corruption Prevention’ Concerning Corruption Whistleblowers came into force on January 1, 2020. Following an investigation “Poor our Officials or How […]
Corruption scheme that allows Ukrainian officials to purchase cars abroad and import them to Ukraine without paying custom fees Civic detective of WikiInvestigation project exposed a corruption scheme that allows Ukrainian officials to import cars to Ukraine without paying custom fees using disability certificates. All operations with vehicles were conducted as so-called humanitarian assistance. The […]
WikiInvestigation has announced Czech Republic Paper: it is time to start worrying for officials who “forgot” to mention their Czech property assets in the declarations. Civic detectives have conducted a large-scale crowdsourcing investigation on the WikiInvestigation platform within the framework of the project and checked a significant amount of extracts from the land register of […]
We have summarized the results of the second wave of WikiInvestigation mini-grant program and identified 25 suspicions of corruption-related offenses on the platform.
WikiInvestigation project is implemented by Innovation and Development Foundation and funded by the European Union. Project team has announced the next release of the WikiInvestigation platform of crowdsourcing investigations.
On September 27, 2019, the regional co-ordinator of the WikiInvestigation in Chernivtsi, Eugenia Gaifer, conducted a seminar on "What is a reason for common platform for corruption fighters or how WikiInvestigation works".
4905 members of local councils did not file a declaration in 2019.
These are the results of the investigation conducted by the crowdsourcing platform WikiInvestigation and the Innovation and Development Fund with the participation of volunteer students. In total, 30,000 declarations were analyzed.