2018 Distinguished Lecture: National Integrity Commission – Options for Australia in Brisbane on 23 August

The School of Government and International Relations Griffith University and Transparency International Australia cordially invite you to the 2018 Distinguished Lecture: A National Integrity Commission – Options for Australia by Professor A. J. Brown.

 

Every Australian state, and even both territories, have or will soon have a broad-based, independent integrity or anti-corruption commission. But as a Senate Select Committee reported last year, the Commonwealth Government alone does not – despite having a multi-agency system which is ‘complex and poorly understood… opaque, difficult to access and challenging to navigate’.

 

This year’s Distinguished Lecture will present a new picture of the options for the Commonwealth Government to undertake long overdue strengthening of its public integrity system – drawing on initial results from Australia’s second National Integrity System Assessment, the Griffith University-led Australian Research Council Linkage Project, with lead partner Transparency International Australia, ‘set to help shape any new anti-corruption structure’ (Linda Mottram, ABC Radio PM, February 2018).

Event Details

Date: Thursday 23 August 2018

Time: 5.30pm: Registration | 6.00pm: Lecture commences | 7.00pm: Drinks and canapes

Venue: Lecture Theatre and Art Museum (Building S05), Queensland College of Art, Griffith University South Bank campus, Grey Street, South Brisbane

Register: Register your attendance below by Friday 17 August.

Register Here