An Integrity Study focusing on integrity mechanisms in the public sector in Greenland has been published by Transparency International Greenland.

The Study concludes that the public sector in Greenland is struggling with challenges such as high turn over of staff and a complicated and sometimes incoherent legislation. This makes the public sector vulnerable to arbitrary administration and irregularities and potentially corruption. The Study recommends, among others, better whistleblower arrangements in the public sector, streamlining of public consultations procedures across the different departments and improved access to information.

Two researchers from NCG (Marina Buch Kristensen and Louise Smed) have been responsible for carrying out this Greenland Study. The Study is making use of the concept of the National Integrity System study, which has been developed and promoted by Transparency International as part of its holistic approach to countering corruption.

Find the report here.

Published: 05.03.2012

Modified: 05.03.2012