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GLOBAL INTEGRITY SEEKS EXPERTS FOR 2008 REPORT

Global Integrity, a U.S.-based governance and anti-corruption watchdog, is looking for journalists, researchers and social scientists from around the world to prepare its 2008 edition of the Global Integrity Report.

The report will assess the state of corruption in 70 countries based on qualitative, on-the-ground reporting and quantitative data measuring transparency, government accountability and anti-corruption mechanisms. The report is widely used by development experts and donors, government officials, investors, journalists and advocates to prioritise governance challenges and promote anti-corruption reform.

For each country, Global Integrity is looking for one reporter, one academic researcher and three to five readers to prepare the chapter. Applicants must be independent of government or corporate influence. A working proficiency in English is preferred.

Interested candidates should submit their CV, three references and specific countries of expertise to info(@)globalintegrity(.)org by 15 May 2008. All writers will be compensated.

For details, visit: http://www.globalintegrity.org/inviteletter.cfm

(1 April 2008)

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