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Our Partners

ILP partners with NGOs, Civil Society Organisations, Governments and the Media

In 2022, we received case requests from the following partner breakdown:

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79%
Non-Government Organisations

10%
Government

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5%
Universities

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3% 
Journalists

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2%
Individuals

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1%
Community Groups

Our Recent Partners Include:

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Logo for Publish What You Pay
Logo for CHRR
Logo for Fact Coalition
Logo for Econews Africa
Logo for Committee on Fiscal Studies
Logo for University of Nairobi
Logo for Africa Network for Environment & Economic Justice
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Logo for UK Anti-Corruption Coalition
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Logo for Greenwatch Uganda
Logo for ZLA Land is Life
Logo for East Africa Wildlife Society (EAWLS)
Logo for South Centre
Logo for Liberia Revenue Authority
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Logo for 18 North
Logo for Cuts International
Logo for UNCA Coalition
Logo for Tax Justice Coalition Ghana
Logo for Zela
Logo for Resource Matters
Logo for PPLAAF
Logo for Intelligant Sanctuary
Logo for Tax Justice Network Africa
Logo for Spotlight on Corruption
Logo for National Taxpayers Association
Logo for Redress

ILP has been a pleasure to partner with as part of our ongoing work on sanctions and accountability for perpetrators of serious corruption.

 

They continue to play an important role in convening UK Anti-Corruption Coalition’s sanctions working group, in particular providing crucial training and workshops to partners across a number of regions on how to use the UK’s Global Anti-Corruption Sanctions regime effectively and providing pro bono legal support to partners developing submissions to the UK Government.

Natalie Lucas

UK Corruption Sanctions Coordinator 

Redress

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