Good Governance and anti-corruption in Tunisia
The project “Good Governance and Anti-Corruption” supported the Tunisian government to improve the citizen-state relationship, governance efficiency and transparency, and inclusiveness and opportunities for marginalised groups.A strategic and sustainable response to corruption is public integrity. Integrity is one of the key pillars of political, economic and social structures and thus essential to the economic and social well-being and prosperity of individuals and societies as a whole.
With the financial support of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office of the UK, the OECD implemented this project in close cooperation with its Tunisian counterparts from 2017 until 2020.
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For more information on the project, please contact:
Amira Tlili (email@example.com)
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