Safe hands: building integrity and transparency at FIFA

Filed under - Sport

Report published 16 August 2011
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We have drawn up recommendations to help FIFA undertake fundamental change and regain trust in the aftermath of recent controversies. The recommendations draw on our long experience in advising governments, businesses and organisations that seek to be more accountable, as well as tools we’ve developed to strengthen organisational integrity and reduce opportunities for corruption. Taken together, these approaches can bring more transparency to world football.

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Country / Territory - International   |   Switzerland   
Region - Global   |   Europe and Central Asia   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Sport   
Tags - FIFA   |   Sylvia Schenk   |   Football   |   Sepp Blatter   

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