1 Charmian Gooch: Meet global corruption’s hidden players
8 jul. 2013
When the son of the president of a desperately poor country starts buying mansions and sportscars on an official monthly salary of $7,000, Charmian Gooch suggests, corruption is probably somewhere in the picture. In a blistering, eye-opening talk (and through several specific examples), she details how global corruption trackers follow the money — to some surprisingly familiar faces.
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3 Fighting Corruption | Nikos Passas | TEDxAcademy
16 okt. 2015
5 Fighting Corruption in the Developing World | James D. Long | TEDxUofW
29 jun. 2016
6 Fighting corruption by ‘naming and faming’ with Integrity Idol | Blair Glencorse | TEDxMidAtlantic
23 dec. 2015
7 Power of corruption | Lucy Koechlin | TEDxHSG
18 feb. 2016
8 Corrupt Britain: The Land of Cover Ups, Whitewashes & Secrecy
17 dec. 2015
This session will look at – and seek to explain – the British obsession with cover-ups and whitewashes, as evidenced in recent years by farcical and less-than-honest inquiries into matters such as phone-hacking, Hillsborough, and Jimmy Savile and a prevailing attitude of ‘protect the establishment at all costs’.
It will also look at the hypocrisy of British politicians who claim to advocate transparency and integrity, particularly for offshore financial centres, while practicing secrecy and deceit.
Presented by: NICK KOCHAN, Journalist & Author (London)
Recorded on November 24, 2015 during The OffshoreAlert Conference in London at The Grange St. Paul’s Hotel.
OffshoreAlert is an independent news website founded in 1997 by investigative reporter David Marchant and offers news, documents & intelligence about businesses and individuals operating in Offshore Financial Centers, with an emphasis on fraud investigations. OffshoreAlert also holds conferences in North America and Europe tailored for the offshore world. OffshoreAlert is generally considered to be a leading authority on OFCs and serious financial.
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9 What is Corrupt? | Zephyr Teachout | TEDxBinghamtonUniversity
27 mrt. 2015
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10 jan. 2014
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13 The other side of corruption in Indonesia | Elizabeth Pisani | TEDxUbud
16 okt. 2014
This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. With over 17,000 islands, 700 languages, and 249 million people, Indonesia is truly an improbable nation. In this talk, Elizabeth explores what holds this country together and the unique role of corruption and patronage.
Elizabeth Pisani eats dog for dinner. She also argues with local politicians about corruption and idleness. The result of a “just say yes” rule she adopted for 2012, when she travelled 23,000 kilometers by boat, bus and motorbike through Indonesia. It’s a country that has fascinated and maddened her since she first lived there over two decades ago. Her book Indonesia Etc.: Exploring the Improbable Nation, is a clear-eyed, though not unsympathetic, portrait of a complex and contradictory land.
In her day job Elizabeth studies risky behavior (when not engaging in it herself). She has a PhD in Infectious Disease Epidemiology and other degrees in Classical Chinese and Medical Demography. In a previous life, she was a political correspondent for Reuters and The Economist, covering stock markets, revolutions, and the messy end to the occupation of Tiananmen Square.
She has lived in a dozen countries and can flirt at a bar in several languages, including Indonesian.
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14 How Corrupt is Britain? – Dave Whyte & Luke Hildyard
18 aug. 2015
Over 2,700 people gathered in central London for the Marxism 2015 festival last weekend. They included striking
workers, students, campaigners and socialists from across the globe.
Up to 900 people attended the opening rally. Amy Leather from the central committee of the Socialist Workers
Party (SWP) said, “The theme of Marxism is ideas for revolution—we need to make those ideas a reality.”
Events in Greece dominated the event (see below).
Several meetings discussed struggle and austerity in Britain.
At a meeting on class Joseph Choonara argued that people feel more precarious than they are and that the working
class can transform society.
A debate on why there are so few strikes in Britain looked at whether there has been a structural change in the
working class. Some argued that focusing only on structural changes could miss underlying shifts in workers’ mood
Bfawu union president Ian Hodson spoke in one session, along with striking Glasgow homelessness caseworkers and
two sacked porters from Sotheby’s.
There was a live link-up with a US McDonald’s worker. Members of Glasgow socialist choir—Unite, Fight, Sing—
finished the meeting with a song from the US fast food strikers’ picket lines.
The Glasgow strikers raised around £1,000 for their strike fund over the weekend.
Fighting racism was a big theme.
Hassan Mahamdallie spoke on the frightening rise in state Islamophobia.
Veteran anti-racist Darcus Howe launched his memoirs at the event. Diane Abbott MP discussed how to take on
racism with Sabby Dhalu and Weyman Bennett from Unite Against Fascism.
It was standing room only in a meeting on how socialists should vote in the European Union referendum.
Some argued for a Yes vote because racists and Ukip are likely to dominate the No campaign.
Others said socialists shouldn’t abandon the No side to the racists—and said some on the Yes side would also use
A meeting on why Labour lost saw a discussion on how socialists should respond to Jeremy Corbyn’s candidacy for
Other meetings debated the nature of Zionism, women’s oppression and the Green Party. Many service users
discussed their experiences at a meeting on Marxism and mental health.
Several meetings debated how Marxist theory applies today. Others linked theory with struggles—such as how the
school system fails children.
Socialists and activists spoke from Turkey, Bahrain, Ireland, France, Spain, Germany, Egypt, Syria and Ukraine.
A meeting on revolution and counter-revolution in Egypt grappled with the crushing of the hopes of 2011. People
called for protests when Egyptian dictator El-Sisi visits Britain.
There were a number of meetings on Palestine, including one on the Boycott Divestment and Sanctions (BDS)
Some 70 students met for a picnic on Friday afternoon.
Many were at Marxism for the first time, including Iona from Brighton University.
She told Socialist Worker, “I came because I want to get more politically active. There’s no other event like
this—I love it.”
Greece—the big debate
Socialists from Greece spoke about the struggle there and debated the best way to take it forward.
Stathis Kouvelakis from the central committee of Syriza, the left party in government in Greece, debated Alex
Callinicos on Saturday.
This followed Syriza passing an austerity deal through the Greek parliament.
Stathis argued that there had been a “failure of political strategy” in Greece.
Alex stressed that this was not the end of the battle and said the mass mobilisation of workers pointed to the
Panos Garganas, editor of the Workers’ Solidarity newspaper in Greece, spoke from the floor.
He said, “The game is not over. But we have discovered the referee is against us.”
He said Syriza had made the mistake of thinking it could make the bosses see reason.
“We’ve used the ballot box,” he said.
“Now we have to use workers’ power in the workplace.”
15 Why nations fail | James Robinson | TEDxAcademy
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16 Our democracy no longer represents the people. Here’s how we fix it | Larry Lessig | TEDxMidAtlantic
20 okt. 2015
17 Diplomats for Sale | Al Jazeera Investigations
26 nov. 2019
Al Jazeera English
How much would you pay for diplomatic immunity? The trade in Caribbean diplomatic passports has become a magnet for wealthy foreigners, corrupt businessmen and criminals from around the world. Al Jazeera exposes two prime ministers who are complicit in the deals. The investigation reveals details of how an oil smuggler, turned ambassador, turned international fugitive bought his way into the diplomatic class. Investigators go undercover to reveal the inner-workings of a secret system: to find out how much it costs and what it takes to purchase what’s become the ultimate luxury item; a diplomatic passport.
40:18 – [Correction] Syrian businessman Moudar Al Assad is the cousin of current Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and not his nephew.
17:59 Photo of Francesco Corallo courtesy of Curacao Chronicle
04:43 Song ‘MyDominicatradehouse.com’ by King Dice
51:54 Song ‘Jumbie Money’ by King Dice
17 Anatomy of a Bribe | Al Jazeera Investigations
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18 Peter Eigen: How to expose the corrupt
1 apr. 2010
19 Best Documentary of the Housing Market Crash (of 2020?) | Inside the Meltdown | Behind the Big Short
19 mei 2017
MELTDOWN – The Men Who Crashed The World
The first of a four-part investigation into a world of greed and recklessness that led to financial collapse.
In the first episode of Meltdown, we hear about four men who brought down the global economy: a billionaire mortgage-seller who fooled millions; a high-rolling banker with a fatal weakness; a ferocious Wall Street predator; and the power behind the throne.
The crash of September 2008 brought the largest bankruptcies in world history, pushing more than 30 million people into unemployment and bringing many countries to the edge of insolvency. Wall Street turned back the clock to 1929.
But how did it all go so wrong?
Lack of government regulation; easy lending in the US housing market meant anyone could qualify for a home loan with no government regulations in place.
Also, London was competing with New York as the banking capital of the world. Gordon Brown, the British finance minister at the time, introduced ‘light touch regulation’ – giving bankers a free hand in the marketplace.
All this, and with key players making the wrong financial decisions, saw the world’s biggest financial collapse.
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