Call for experts for Global Integrity’s 2007 Global Integrity Report

Global Integrity, an international non-profit organization dedicated to tracking governance and corruption trends around the world, is seeking interested journalists, researchers, social scientists, and other experts with a background in governance and corruption issues to prepare its 2007 Global Integrity Report.

The Global Integrity Report is a compilation of in-depth country assessments prepared by local experts combining qualitative journalistic reporting with quantitative data gathering to produce a powerful “snapshot” of the strengths and weaknesses of national anti-corruption mechanisms across almost 300 indicators. The Report is widely used by development experts and donors; reform-minded governments; private sector investors; and grassroots journalists and advocates to prioritize governance challenges and promote anti-corruption reform efforts.

In January 2007 Global Integrity released its latest Global Integrity Report for 2006, covering 43 diverse countries around the world. Our goal for 2007 is to produce our innovative assessments for 50-60 countries; final country selection has not yet been determined and is influenced in part by the interest expressed by qualified country experts, all of whom are compensated for their efforts.

To learn more about collaborating with us on the 2007 Global Integrity Report, please visit http://www.globalintegrity.org/inviteletter.cfm; interested candidates should send a CV/resume with full contact information to info@globalintegrity.org no later than April 15, 2007. Additional information about Global Integrity is available on our website ( http://www.globalintegrity.org).

We look forward to working with you to produce a truly groundbreaking report in 2007.

Regards,

Nathaniel Heller Marianne Camerer
Managing Director International Director

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