In this update:
- TI Australia AGM & Early Evening Event – SYDNEY
Annual General Meeting & Early Evening Event: Sydney
Tuesday 26 November 2013
Please join us for the 2013 TI Australia AGM which will be held in Sydney on Tuesday 26 November at 4.30pm. Our hosts will be Holding Redlich (MLC Centre, Level 65, 19 Martin Place, Sydney.)
Immediately following the formal meeting, we will be honoured to hear from the founder of Transparency International, Mr Peter Eigen.
Mr Eigen is in Sydney to give the main keynote address to the APSAC Conference where he is speaking on ‘Civil Society’s Role in Building Global Governance – the Case for Fighting International Corruption’. Mr Eigen is also Chair of the TI Advisory Council and Chair of the EITI.
Following Mr Eigen’s presentation, drinks will be served.
To register for the AGM and the early evening event please email A1Admin at: firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday 19th November.
Other Coming Events
Meeting the Current Challenges in Governance, Risk and Compliance – 22 November A seminar at UNSW, CBD Campus, Level 6, 1 O’Connell St, Sydney from 2.00 – 5.15pm. TIA Executive Director, Michael Ahrens, and others will speak. Click here for information and registration
Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference 2013 – 26-28 November 2013 to be held in Sydney. TI founder, scholar and lawyer, Dr Peter Eigen, is the opening speaker.
Victoria’s New Compliance Regime – 29 November A seminar at the RACV City Club, 501 Bourke Street, Melbourne from 9am – 1.15pm. TIA Director, Graeme Leonard, and others will speak. Click here for information and registration
TI Australia e-Update #176
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