Democracy Centre For Transparency (DCT) is an independent, not-for-profit research entity established in 2018 to promote democratic values and good quality governance. We work to ensure that decision makers and civil society operate in accordance with the principles of accountability, transparency. We strive to reinforce the values of European freedom, democracy, liberty, and humanism by ensuring foreign intervention is identified, curtailed and prevented. Through its publications, media engagement and events, the centre stimulates debate on public policies in across Europe on key issues of importance to the European Union citizens.
Our organization aims to become a reference point in the debate of ideas and public policies across Europe in issues concerning promoting democracy, transparency, and sound strategic decision-making process. Comprised by intellectuals, experts, and academics, it seeks to disseminate concepts such as individual liberty, free speech, rule of law, effective governance, representative democracy, individual responsibility, effectiveness, and transparency.
To identify foreign involvement in European Democracy, Media and policy making circles, thus we create a public interest debate about such revelations.
To bring knowledge and policy making together by informing and, if possible, influencing the policy process.
To provide a free and open forum for the discussion and debate of critical national, regional, and global issues. the public, media and civil society.
To improve the quality of economic policy with open and fact-based research, analysis and debate, publication.
Our mission is to improve understanding of the fundamental institutions of a free society by analysing and expounding the role of non-government organisations and free press. Democracy Centre For Transparency aims to disseminate and conduct research on public policy issues. We monitor foreign lobbyists, their agents, and agendas executed by shadowy entities.
- Our work is dedicated to involving decision makers, governments and main political actors in Europe to relate to our fellow human beings.
- Keep the debate open on human rights, transparency, and pro peace agenda in Europe.
- We encourage different ideas, strengths, interests, and diversity to make our work succeed. We encourage healthy debate and differences of opinion and ensure connecting different stakeholders with the dynamic human rights landscape
- Human rights as a significant contribution to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals is an integral part of our work.
- Our work tend to ensure that corporate political engagement, or lobbying, is not used for anti-human rights agenda or on behalf of tyrant and repressive regimes.
- Our work will ensure that European Union and its agencies are not partnering with countries or governments involved in human rights abuses.