Two world-leading figures in anti-corruption will join Griffith University as speakers and instructors in the inaugural Asia-Pacific Integrity School to be hosted in March 2020. The Integrity School is a 5-7-day intensive program operating thanks to a partnership between Transparency International Australia and Griffith University’s Graduate Certificate in Integrity & Anti-Corruption program. The new program will equip professionals and […]
Professor A J Brown has described the process as "completely inappropriate".
Reflecting on the 30th anniversary of The Moonlight State and Fitzgerald Inquiry, one of Australia's best investigative journalists says it’s an apt time to celebrate what journalism can achieve
Griffith Business researcher Professor Jason Sharman delivered the 2016 Distinguished Lecture where he outlined Australia's poor record in dealing with foreign corruption in our own backyard.
Professor AJ Brown from Griffith’s Centre for Governance and Public Policy outlines why anti-corruption remains a vital part of the G20 leaders’ agenda in the September Issue of G20 Monitor.
Brisbane’s G20 summit can be a turning point in the battle to stop dirty money flowing between countries – like the nearly $30 million in Russian money found recently in Gold Coast bank accounts – according to a global anti-corruption fighter to speak in Brisbane this week. Elena Panfilova, Director of Transparency International Russia, will […]
G20 leaders have an opportunity to make a real impact in the fight against untraceable ‘shell’ companies when they meet in Brisbane later this year, a Griffith University researcher has claimed. Professor Jason Sharman, from Griffith’s Centre for Governance and Public Policy, said there has never been a better time to crack down on the […]