National Integrity Summit opens the discussion on reform

TI Australia’s first biennial conference, National Integrity 2017, wrapped up on Friday 17 March. It brought together 160 government, business and civil society delegates from all corners of Australia, including senior legal figures, heads of integrity agencies, federal, state and local parliamentarians, community groups, corporate leaders and individual TI Australia members.

Our thanks to everyone for two days of stimulating discussion on all we value, and all we need to strengthen in Australia’s integrity systems!

Read more here including a new discussion paper: ‘A Federal Anti-Corruption Agency for Australia?’ arising from the conference. Subscribe to the TI Australia mailing list for more updates on our next National Integrity System assessment and future events, including the 2019 conference.

Queensland Integrity Commissioner, Richard Bingham, ANZ Banking Group’s Guy Boyd, the Crime & Corruption Commission’s Dr Rebecca Denning and Professor Janet Ransley of Griffith University talk corruption prevention at National Integrity 2017.