CumEx Files

  • 27/08/2019

Focus on the CumEx Files The notorious case of the CumEx Files can teach us valuable lessons about the use of technology to combat fraud and corruption.  Published in October 2018 by a cooperation of newspapers from eleven countries, the CumEx files (CXF) refers to a media investigation into the biggest case of tax fraud in European history. For more information see www.cumex-files.com. The CumEx case involves a strategy of…

E-Governance

  • 27/08/2019

Focus on E-Governance E-governance is the application of communication and information technologies to government service and affairs. When innovative technologies are incorporated into systems of government, they become more transparent and the relationship between citizens and politicians more trusting and honest. The implementation of e-governance tools can simplify administrative procedures – increasing efficiency as well as transparency. Based on the example of Brazil, this episode plays through the implications of…

Blockchain

  • 27/08/2019

Focus on Blockchain Blockchain is based on a growing list of records, called blocks, which are linked using cryptography. It is a secure database that contains the entire history of the exchanges made. This technology has a vast number of potential applications, from e-trading to vital records management. While tainted with the association of cryptocurrency and illicit payments, blockchain can, in fact, be used to render transactions more transparent, leaving…

e-governance game

  • 23/08/2019

[:en] E-governance refers to the application of the communication and information technologies to government service and affairs. It is about simplifying the administrative procedure and increasing efficiency and transparency. By focusing on the topic of e-gov., this output aims at showing the positive effect of technology on anti-corruption efforts, encouraging the perspective that effective use of technologies can help to build integrity in government. It may also show the risks…

Food chain game

  • 23/08/2019

[This game will be realized in 2020] The food chain is a long way from the creation to the table. From protected and patented seeds, to long ways of travelling – by plane, boat, train (when sometimes there are the same good nearby), to patronized supermarked chains or pushy marketing, lead us to question integrity on food production and consumption. The aim is to help clarifying some less clear pratices,…

European Integrity Games partners

European Integrity Games partners

  • 23/08/2019

Two groups of partners are involved in the project; – A first group is composed of Teatro Rigodon (Italy), ExQuorum (Portugal) and Transplanisphere (France, coordinator). They will lead the design of games and workshop activities. – A second group involves 3 other partners whose role is to involve participants and experts. They are also responsible for expanding the promotion of the project to their respective countries: Ortzaï Teatro (Spain), Ohi…

EIG future outcomes

  • 23/08/2019

The project wishes as a result to allow the participants of the activities as the users of the online tools to be more aware of different aspects of Integrity / Corruption / Fraud stakes. The partners hope that this will empower the European youth and change the perception of European citizens of how the system works (or should work in a better way). The corruption issue is as old as…

The project basics

  • 23/08/2019

Europeans are deeply worried about corruption – Eurobarometer survey results show that 76% of Europeans think that corruption is widespread and more than half (56%) think that the level of corruption in their country has increased over the past three years.How to stimulate greater involvement among Europeans in building a fairer society in that context? Given our economies of knowledge and innovation, how to develop creative tools to question integrity,…