Australia’s mining sector is not immune to corruption. By working collaboratively to strengthen transparency and accountability, we can ensure it performs to the highest standards of integrity.
Mining is an important part of Australia’s economy and society, with a long history. Though Australia is a mature mining jurisdiction, its mining sector is not immune to corruption.
For mining to fully benefit the public interest and minimise negative impacts on the environment and communities, its operations must be transparent, accountable, and participatory.
This factsheet provides an overview of the corruption risks identified in our comprehensive research report and what we need to do to address those risks.