Support Work of Investigative Journalists and Civil Society Networks

The United States will continue to support the critical work of investigative journalists and civil society networks in exposing corruption, encouraging reform, and informing action by foreign and US law enforcement. These initiatives, such as the Global Anti-Corruption Consortium, build on our continued partnerships with and support for non-governmental networks and promote a safer environment for them to work across borders to expose corruption globally.

Completion Status:
⚠ Unqualified*

*commitment is not specific or/and not measurable

Commitment filtering:

Specific: ❌ no

The commitment is specific in focusing on US support of “the critical work of investigative journalists and civil society networks in exposing corruption, encouraging reform, and informing action by foreign and US law enforcement”. However, it cannot be considered specific enough for monitoring, because it is the continuation of existing programmes, but does not specify how the government plans to advance these programmes.

Measurable: ❌ no

The commitment does not identify measurable actions for how the US intends to advance its support to investigative journalists and civil society networks regarding anti-corruption.

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