The travel ban issued against scandal-ridden former Vice Justice Minister Kim Hak-eui may become the first case to be probed by the government's new corruption investigation agency.
Korea launched an independent anticorruption agency with vast authority to crack down on erring high-ranking officials, a milestone in a decades-long campaign to rebalance the country’s law enforcement agencies.
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport was rated the most corrupt ministry in this year’s integrity index by the country’s anticorruption watchdog.
Misuse of relief funds needs to be closely scrutinized around the world to ensure that coronavirus vaccines are made readily available for all people, emphasized participants of the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) upon the forum’s...
Harvard Prof. Michael J. Sandel, author of the 2008 bestseller “Justice,” highlighted the need to rethink the economy in how it rewards and recognizes workers who make the greatest contributions to the common good.
Jeon Hyun-heui, chairperson of the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission (ACRC), has an unusual track record, to say the least.
The Korean government will virtually host the world’s largest anticorruption conference this week, with thousands of people from more than 100 countries expected to gather online for discussions on justice.
Michael J. Sandel, author of the 2008 bestseller “Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?," will participate in a virtual international anticorruption conference co-hosted by the Korean government to discuss unfairness in the Covid-19 pandemic.
Korea will host the world’s largest anticorruption conference in December virtually, the government’s corruption watchdog announced Wednesday.
In its latest economic survey of Korea, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) said Korea has “stepped up” its fight against corruption recently, but added that “challenges remain.”