On July 19 TI-Spain was presented the Report on Corruption in Spain relation to the UN SDGs, prepared by Transparency International Spain. This is a recent and exhaustive report that includes a comprehensive diagnosis relating to the situation in Spain and the compliance by the Government of the UN Objectives (ODS) on corruption. This Report finally includes a set of 30 Recommendations to fight and improve the situation in our country in terms of corruption.
The Report is carried out by TI-Spain as an independent analysis of Civil Society in parallel to the official report that the Government can make, and its content develops different sections: A) General situation of Spain in Institutional Governance, transparency and fight against corruption. B) Important advances in transparency and prevention of corruption. C) Important social keys. D) The Report ends with a set of 30 main Recommendations.
In the presentation they participated: Jesús Lizcano (President of TI-Spain), Miguel Miaja (INDEP coordinator and former Director of the National Audit Office), Ana Morilla (Principal Investigator of the Report on Spain, ODS and corruption), and Jesús Sánchez-Lambás (TI-Spain Board).
You can access various documents related to the Report:
Highlights of the Report (included the 30 Recommendations)
Access to the Full report (in English)
Access to the Executive Summary (in Spanish)
Access to the Methodological Note (in Spanish)