Corruption is usually seen as a problem that is pervasive in government and the public sector as well as in finance and business or when both of them interact. However, civil society is arguably no more immune to potential corruption than companies or governments.
According to a Transparency International (TI) survey 28 per cent of people globally think that civil society organisations (CSOs) are corrupt or extremely corrupt. In some countries, such as Lebanon, Serbia, Sudan, Venezuela, the percentage is even above fifty. What is going wrong in our sector? MORE