A landmark new report by Griffith University and Transparency International Australia sets out how Australia should build a stronger, fairer, more accountable system of government.
The draft recommendations, released under the title Governing with Integrity – a blueprint for reform, are to be presented today.
Kol Preap has stepped in to replace previously announced speaker Delia Ferreira Rubio, who is no longer able to make the event.
"Integrity and corruption in 2030: What does the future hold?" will be held in early April.
The government’s amendments to overhaul protections for corporate employees could not come at a better time, writes Professor A J Brown.
Fifteen years after Transparency International Australia and Griffith University researchers first assessed Australia as needing a comprehensive federal anti-corruption body, the full legislative plan is finally on the table. And it’s thanks to an ever-widening coalition of support, again led by a joint TI Australia/Griffith research team, conducting the current second Australian Research Council-funded national […]
Results were revealed today at a Griffith University symposium in Sydney.