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For all enquires with regard to interviews, press releases and other media related information please contact
Hon. Anthony Whealy QC
Chair
Transparency International Australia
mobile +61 414 963 643
email info@transparency.org.au

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30 March 2017: Doors Wide Open: Corruption and Real Estate in Four Key Markets

The impact of overseas investment in Australia’s real estate is not limited to elevating home prices.  There is clear evidence that such investment in Australian property is also an easy and convenien…

17 March 2017: A Federal Anti-Corruption Agency for Australia? Discussion Paper Released

A major paper canvassing key issues for the design of a federal anti-corruption commission has been released at National Integrity 2017, as part of a new assessment of Australia’s systems of integrity…

7 March 2017: 900 million people are paying bribes: bribery in Asia Pacific huge challenge for Australian business

Approximately 900 million — or just over one in four — people living in 16 countries in Asia Pacific, including some of its biggest economies are estimated to have paid a bribe to access p…

1 March 2017: Australians lead worldwide support for political donations reform as nation’s first on-line disclosure system goes live

The world’s largest survey on public experience of corruption has revealed Australians’ biggest concerns are about secret backroom deals between business and government, rather than petty bribery – an…

17 February 2017: Greater transparency needed to halt money laundering

Australia needs to play its part in fighting corrupt individuals, criminals and terrorists laundering money through the global banking system.  Transparency International Australia (TI Australia) has …

31 January 2017: Anti-corruption leaders rally to call for national integrity conference – New TI Australia CEO appointed

Momentum for a new national integrity strategy for Australia is growing after the overwhelmingly positive response to Transparency International Australia’s (TI Australia) announcement last week of a …

25 January 2017: Australia fails to improve ranking in 2016 Corruption Perceptions Index: national conference called

Australia has failed to improve its position in the 2016 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI), maintaining 13th position in the global rankings. The news has prompted leading anti-corruption NGO, Transp…


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