Anti-Corruption Foundation

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The Anti-Corruption Foundation
Фонд борьбы с коррупцией
Логотип ФБК
AbbreviationФБК, FBK
Formation9 September 2011
TypeNGO
Legal statusNon-commercial foundation (Article 7, NCO Law of Russia)
PurposeFighting corruption in Russia
HeadquartersMoscow, Russia
Staff
30
Websitefbk.info/english/about/

The Anti-Corruption Foundation (Russian: Фонд борьбы с коррупцией (Fond Borby s Korruptsiyey), abbr. ФБК, FBK) is a Russian nonprofit organization based in Moscow established in 2011 by activist and politician Alexei Navalny. Its main goal is to investigate and to expose corruption cases among high-ranking Russian government officials.[1] Its distinguishing feature is that it is funded by private donations from Russian citizens. Among other activities, the foundation publishes movies on YouTube about corruption of Russian officials, such as Chaika and He Is Not Dimon to You.

Mission[edit]

FBK carries out investigations into corruption by Russian authorities. They are taking measures to prevent stealing of budget money. FBK also helps people make sure that authorities work correctly to provide normal conditions in the field of utilities sector, transport, roadways, elections, etc.

Budget[edit]

FBK is funded by money transfers from its supporters; mostly these are donations from ordinary people.[citation needed] In 2014 the budget was 28.5 million roubles;[2] in 2016, 45 million.[3]

Management[4][edit]

Position Name
Founder of FBK Alexey Navalny
Director of FBK Ivan Zhdanov
Executive manager Vladimir Ashurkov
Press secretary Kira Yarmysh
Creative director Varvara Mikhaylova
"Navalny Live" YouTube channel producer Lyubov Sobol
Anti-corruption project "RosPil" Alexander Golovach, Valery Zolotukhin
Anti-corruption project "RosYama" Anatoly Kravchenko
Responsible for investigations Georgy Alburov, Nikita Kulachenkov

Media[edit]

FBK created its own media, 'Leviathan', in order to have a possibility to register for press conferences of Vladimir Putin and make a request to authorities. Since 2016 it has been publishing one news item per day.[5] The name 'Leviathan' was taken from Leviathan, 2014 award-winning film by Andrey Zvyagintsev.

Films[edit]

FBK has made the following films:

Important investigations[edit]

2013[edit]

2014[edit]

2015[edit]

2016[edit]

2017[edit]

Volunteers and employees of the Anti-corruption Foundation arrested on 26 March 2017

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "About FBK".
  2. ^ "Annual report of FBK-2014".
  3. ^ "Annual report of FBK-2016" (PDF).
  4. ^ "Фонд борьбы с коррупцией". сайт ФБК (in Russian). Retrieved 2017-04-23.
  5. ^ "Leviathan media".

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