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Important G20 Event – 18 June 2014 in Brisbane
Griffith University and Transparency International are pleased to be hosting a major conference, ‘Corruption, Integrity Systems and the G20‘, to examine the past, present and future of one of the G20′s most important initiatives: its Anti-Corruption Action Plan
The conference, to be held on 18 June, will feature some of the world’s leading anti-corruption fighters and experts including Elena Panfilova, Director, Centre for Anti-corruption Research and Initiative Transparency International (Moscow); Professor Nikos Passas of Northeastern University (Boston); Bruce Zagaris of Berliner Corcoran & Rowe (Washington), world leading anti-money-laundering and tax evasion lawyer; Sam Koim, head of Papua New Guinea’s Tax Force Sweep; Griffith University professors of public policy Jason Sharman (Global Shell Games) and A J Brown (International Whistleblowing Research).
At the evening dinner the guest speaker will be Huguette Labelle, World Chair of Transparency International.
The focus on governance and anti-corruption will continue at the C20 Civil Society Summit in Melbourne (20-21 June). We also encourage you to attend this important event, especially if you can’t make it to Brisbane.
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