About us

Integrity Action is an international development organisation which helps citizens to monitor vital projects and services where they live, and to solve the problems they find.

We work with partners in diverse contexts to implement citizen monitoring initiatives.

We work with partners in a variety of countries and contexts to implement citizen monitoring initiatives. Our experience and expertise cuts across social accountability, technology and its use in development, participation, inclusion, and citizen feedback (also known as beneficiary feedback). 

We are a non-profit organisation, based in the UK, with a small and dedicated team of staff and trustees. 

The team

Meet the team behind Integrity Action.

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Funding and finance

Secure and diverse funding enables us to operate effectively.

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Governance

Read about our governance structure and download key reports and documents.

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Inclusion

We believe in the idea that 'no goal should be met unless it is met for everyone'. 

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Our Vision

is for a just and equitable world, where citizens are empowered and integrity is central to vibrant societies.

Our Mission

is to help build societies in which all citizens can – and do – successfully demand integrity from the institutions they rely on.

Our Values

  • Integrity
  • Equality
  • Rational creativity
  • Purposeful curiosity
  • Collaboration

Operating Principles

  • We are bold, and not afraid to question the status quo - or ourselves
  • We act responsibly and listen to and act on the views of the people we work with
  • We are open about our successes and failures, and open in our engagement with partners and people
  • We are constructive, and believe problems can best be solved when everyone's needs are recognised.

Our 2018 – 2023 Strategy outlines our work in more detail, and you can find our organisational policies and annual reports here.

History

Integrity Action (formerly known as Tiri) was founded in 2003, and changed its name to Integrity Action in 2012. The DevelopmentCheck mobile app was launched in 2014 and its development continues.

In the past, Integrity Action has been involved in setting up other organisations which have gone on to become independent entities. 

Publish What You Fund, an international campaign for aid transparency, was conceived and incubated as an Integrity Action programme. In 2011, Publish What You Fund became an independent NGO.