The Anti-Corruption Summit in London on 12th May 2016 brought together a unique coalition of governments, businesses, civil society, law enforcement, sports committees and international organizations, which committed to taking practical steps to tackle corruption and make it a genuine global priority.
During the course of the summit, the government of Afghanistan promised to take practical steps in tackling corruption. The government of Afghanistan made overall 31 specific anti-commitments divided in the following 3 different categories: 1. exposing Corruption, 2. punishing the corrupt and supporting those who have suffered from corruption, 3. driving out the culture of corruption, wherever it exists.
We will track the implementation of the commitments and identify whether or not the commitments are implemented. With the help of this website and public support we will pressurize the government in cases where the commitments are not implemented.
The complete text of all 31 commitments could be accessed here.
Commitments Implementation Status
- %60 inactive
- %28 ongoing
- %12 underway
- %0 complete