21 February 2024. Join us for an insightful look at corruption around the Asia Pacific.
Former whistleblowers, experts and civil society groups are calling on the Albanese government to establish a Whistleblower Protection Authority as part of Australia’s integrity and regulatory landscape.
These draft design principles provide a basis for policy dialogue to inform the design and establishment of a new Whistleblower Protection Authority.
15 February 2024. Join us for the launch of latest Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) – Transparency International’s landmark annual report that assesses public sector corruption around the world.
The annual political donation disclosures released today by the Australian Electoral Commission show that political parties continue to receive tens of millions of dollars of ‘dark money’ – showing a serious lack of integrity and transparency in our political system.
The 2023 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) shows that most countries have made little to no progress in tackling public sector corruption.
Australia’s corruption fight remains at a crossroads according to the annual Corruption Perceptions Index that ranks Australia at 14th place with 75 points on the 100-point scale.
Transparency International Australia is pleased to provide a joint submission with Griffith University’s Centre for Governance and Public Policy and Human Rights Law Centre to on the need for comprehensive reform of Commonwealth whistleblower protection legislation.
Transparency International Australia has welcomed the eight commitments outlined in the third National Action Plan that reflect the government’s priorities to 2025 to improve government and corporate sector transparency and public participation and engagement in government.
This research brief exposes the extensive use of lobbyists by four harmful industries with a particular focus on the gambling sector.