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The fire victims of corruption

Alexander Nanau: Collective

Venice's best documentary?:

Is anti-corruption on the political agenda before the municipal elections?

OPENNESS: Local elections are approaching, and our municipal elected representatives are the ones who make decisions that are perhaps most important to us in everyday life.

Whistleblowers – People's Enemies?

UREDD: A vibrant democracy, a vibrant press, and the rule of law are linked and depend on whistleblowers being taken seriously. Ny Tid interviewed whistleblower and lawyer Kari Breirem, current with the book Promoting justice and preventing injustice – about corruption, legal security and whistleblowing.

Chaos always triumphs over order

ASSANGE: WikiLeaks is a puritanical illusion.

The US-Mexico conspiracy

Marcela Arteaga: The Guardian of Memory

MEXICO / USA: In Mexico, they violate human rights by ignoring the law. In the United States, they violate human rights by applying the law.

The anti-Nazi who took the world by storm

Henrik Georgsson: Stieg Larsson – The man who played with the fire

MATCH: After his death, Stieg Larsson became world famous for the crime trilogy about Lisbeth Salander, but his life was primarily marked by a tireless struggle to map and uncover the growing movement of neo-Nazism and fascism.

Trouble in the top too

: The corruption index shows that robust democratic institutions limit the level of corruption in the public sector.

Captivating about the theft from the public purse

Alex Winter: The Panama Papers

: The Panama Papers appears as a captivating thriller about the worldwide fraud that led to a multi-billion dollar tax evasion.

On walking in today's Europe

: Fabian Göranson paints a melancholy and loving portrait of a continent that still lives in the past, but is desperately looking for a viable future.

The waste of development aid continues

: Presidents in alkali-poor countries buying exclusive private jets has become the very symbol of waste of aid money and loans. Now it has happened again – in Zambia.

Who owns Oslo?

: Transparency International will map who owns Oslo and assess the extent to which the owners bring corrupt luggage. 

Bloodless blood transfer

Bessma Momani and Mark R. Hibben: What's Wrong With The IMF And How To Fix It.

: When helping countries financially, thoughtfulness and idealism are not enough. One must know the culture of the individual countries, and know where the corruption lies.