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Transparency International is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption. Through more than 100 chapters worldwide and an international secretariat in Berlin, Germany, TI raises awareness of the damaging effects of corruption and works with partners in governments, businesses and civil society to develop and implement effective measures to tackle it.

TI’s Norwegian chapter was established in 1999, have 3 employees and is located in downtown Oslo.

Go to Transparency International’s homepage here.

More information about TI Norway and our activities will be published later.

Fighting corruption in humanitarian aid with e-learning


TI Norway and the IFRC have launched an e-learning course to help humanitarian organisations in their fight against corruption. Because humanitarian organisations are not immune from corruption, its risks, and its impacts, e-learning courses have been developed and will be available free of charge for staff and volunteers of humanitarian organisations and the general public. The goal is to proactively reduce the risk of corruption by raising awareness related to challenges humanitarian workers are facing and providing staff and volunteers with the tools to identify, report, and reduce corruption risk.

The e-learning course is free of charge. To access different learning platforms you generally have to register first. Please follow the instructions on the individual platform. Part of the Red Cross Red Crescent Learning Education and Training (LET) Hub and provides a learning community for peer-to-peer exchange globally and locally. LINGOs serves as a consortium for humanitarian relief, development, health conservation and social justice NGOs working to improve people’s lives in the developing world. aim to increase the preparedness and effectiveness of humanitarian aid workers in natural disasters and conflicts by providing accessible, affordable, high-quality training. GCore – Global Centre of Research & Engagement – aim to train and support fieldwork researchers worldwide regardless of organizational affiliation or disciplinary orientation.


Tools, handbooks and information leaflets in English developed and published by the Norwegian chapter:


  • Norway’s integrity system – not quite perfect? here.
  • «Preventing Corruption in Humanitarian Operations», updated 2014-edition here.
  • Protect your business! Anti-corruption handbook for the Norwegian business sector, updated 2017-edition here.
  • Transparency in corporate reporting in Norway here.
  • Anticorruption in the Supply Chain, long version here.
  • Anticorruption in the Supply Chain, short version here.
  • Protect your Municipality. An anti-corruption handbook here
  • Anti-Corruption Dilemma Collection – for course participants (2017) here

Photo, «Oslo», Simen Schikulski, CC-license.