June 2014 (#186)

In this update:

  • Important Events
  • Lobbying & Political Funding

Melbourne Events

Thursday 19 June 2014: Corruption Fighter – Join TI Chair Huguette Labelle for lunch when she launches TI’s Global ‘Umask the Corrupt’ Campaign calling G20 Leaders at their Brisbane Summit in November to take steps to outlaw shell companies being used to hide billions of dollars of the proceeds of corruption.

20-21 June 2014: C20 Civil Society Summit in Melbourne – a unique opportunity to join civil society delegates from Australia and abroad, and discuss shaping our global economy.

Sydney Event

Tuesday 1 July 2014: Politics in NSW is busted! from 6.30-8.00pm at St James Ethics Centre, Level 1, 161 Castlereagh Street, Sydney.

Brisbane Event

Wednesday 18 June 2014: Griffith University and Transparency International are hosting a major conference, ‘Corruption, Integrity Systems and the G20′. The conference will examine the past, present and future of an important G20 initiative: its Anti-Corruption Action Plan. At the evening dinner the guest speaker will be Huguette Labelle, World Chair of Transparency International.


TI Australia Newsletter – June 2014

Included in the recently released TIA Newsletter are two important articles: Lobbying: Move for More Transparency and Democratising Money in Politics.

Focus on Corruption – Seven Views to Consider

Click on the link to listen to a webcast of an important recent panel session from the Institute of Chartered Accountants.

TI Australia e-Update #186

June 2014

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