In this update:
- Whistleblowing Protection – the G20 and Australia
- TI Unmask the Corrupt Campaign
The results of the first independent assessment of whistleblowing laws across the G20 countries, ‘Whistleblower Protection Laws in G20 Countries: Priorities for Action’, was released in the lead-up to the Australian-hosted G20 Leaders’ summit in Brisbane in November 2014. A paper by Prof. AJ Brown, highlights Why anti-corruption remains a vital element of the G20 leaders’ agenda.
The TI Unmask the Corrupt Campaign was recently launched. It aims to stop corrupt business people and politicians from hiding their identity and illegal activities, escape justice and enjoy luxury lifestyles funded by stolen public money. The TI website invites active involvement in the campaign.
Brisbane: Are Political Donations Necessary? – 9 October 2014 – 6-7.30pm: Political donations touch on the need for transparency in a democracy. Should elections be publicly funded? A TI Australia Qld Regional Committee event. Venue: Undumbi Room, Level 5, Parliamentary Annexe, Alice Street, Brisbane. RSVP by Fri 3 October 2014 to email@example.com
Brisbane: Corporate Liability and Compliance Seminar – 6 November 2014 – 8am-4pm: This seminar addresses the past, present and future of corporate criminal liability law ahead of the G20 Summit in Brisbane. Click here to register.
TI Australia e-Update #190
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