Rakesh Raman – who is the founder the humanitarian organization RMN Foundation – has planned to start a comprehensive research project to compile an exclusive report on corruption in India. The new report will be a sequel to the research report that he had compiled and released in July 2018.
The project begins in October 2018 and it will take almost 4 months to complete it. The report will carry detailed information on corruption including data, interviews, and case studies from primary as well as secondary sources.
Individuals, organizations, students, educational institutions, volunteers, and other professionals are invited to collaborate in the project.
The unique selling proposition (USP) of this report will be to sensitize different stakeholders in India and abroad about the limitations of the Indian governments in deploying information-driven processes to deal with corruption, although it will also cover traditional aspects.
Working Title: India Corruption Research Report 2019 (ICRR 2019)
Collaboration: The research project is being carried out in collaboration with the Centre for Transparency and Accountability in Governance (CTAG), National Law University, Delhi.
Expected Release: The research report is expected to be released in January 2019.
– Evolving Corruption Definition and Scope
– Findings from a Primary Perception Survey
– Corruption Data from Secondary Sources
– Corruption Laws and Limitations
– Anti-Corruption Agencies and Functions
– Government-to-Citizen Interfaces and Limitations
– Interviews with Corporate and Government Executives
– Corruption Case Studies
– Major Corruption Cases and Trends
The research project will be spearheaded by Rakesh Raman who is a national award-winning journalist and social activist. He has been covering local and international corruption issues for years.
Now he runs an exclusive community-driven free online social service under the banner “Clean House” to help the suffering residents of Delhi raise their voice against the growing corruption in group housing societies where millions of people live. He has interacted with hundreds of citizens and various government and law-enforcement officials in order to understand and report about corruption.
He also has formed a free Education and Career Counselling Center for deserving children at a poor J.J. Colony in Dwarka, New Delhi under his NGO – RMN Foundation.
Earlier, he had been associated with the United Nations (UN) through United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) as a digital media expert.
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Indian donors may please send in their contributions using the following bank details:
Bank Name: ICICI Bank
Bank Branch: HL Square, Plot No. 6, Sector 5 (MLU), Dwarka, New Delhi 110 075
Account Number: 025005004368
Account Name: RMN Foundation
Type of Account: Current
IFSC Code: ICIC0000250
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