In this update:
- TIA National Conference, Brisbane - 16-17 March
- New TI Australia CEO, Serena Lillywhite
- 2016 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) successfully launched around Australia
Register now for TIAâ€™s first biennial national conference – National Integrity 2017: Building the Public/Private Alliance. Early bird registrations close Wed 15 February.
Join us and help strengthen Australiaâ€™s systems of integrity, accountability and anti-corruption â€“ including the hot issues of stronger whistleblower protection, real-time disclosure of political donations, whether we need a federal anti-corruption agency, and the latest on business integrity.
New speakers include outstanding legal, political and business representatives: High Court Justice Stephen Gageler; Hon. Yvette Dâ€™Ath, Queensland Attorney-General; Commander Peter Crozier, AFP; Fiona McLeod SC; Prof. John McMillan AO; and Alan MacSporran QC.Â Click here for the latest conference program and here to register.
Ms Serena Lillywhite has been appointed as the new CEO for Transparency International Australia, following a national and international search. Serena brings a wealth of experience as a highly experienced and respected leader in corporate accountability, and will be attending National Integrity 2017 as her first public event.
Â Anthony Whealy QC, Chair, TI Australia
2016 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) successfully launched around Australia
Record attendances at KordaMentha CPI launch events confirms the growing interest in having a new National Strategy to combat corruption.
TI Australia e-Update #223
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