Chile · 17 October, 2018

A story of development: Tania, a shield against corruption

Through the history of a Chilean university student, already graduated, we learn how citizens can collaborate to fight corruption when they are provided with the right tools.
Tania Tabilo is an example of responsible and innovative citizenship, who believes in Democracy and in a State that is transparent and respectful of the Law and its citizens.
Legal Anti-corruption Assistance (ALAC) is an office of Chile Transparente, the Chilean Chapter of Transparency International, which provides free legal assistance to victims, witnesses and/or complainants of corruption of events involving authorities and/or public officials.
EUROsociAL has supported its creation and continues to accompany public policies that improve transparency and combat corruption in institutions.

Country: Chile
SDG: Peace, justice and strong institutions, Partnerships for the goals
Policy area: Democratic governance policies