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Become a TIA member and be part of the growing movement against corruption.

As a member of Transparency International Australia, you can help us tackle corruption.

Together, we will build more transparent and accountable systems – in government, in the private sector, and across the community, for the benefit of all.

Your membership will help us present clear and compelling research, evidence-based advocacy, and practical solutions to prevent and stop corruption, and strengthen political and business integrity.

With TIA membership, you will receive our e-updates, enjoy invitations and discounted tickets to our special events, and contribute your experience and perspectives through our meetings and conferences.

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In joining us you join the growing movement of people standing up against corruption and calling for transparency, accountability and integrity.

Become a TIA member and help us amplify our voice against corruption. Together, we can strengthen the transparency, accountability and integrity of our public and private institutions. You will receive our e-updates, enjoy invitations and discounted tickets to our special events, and contribute your experience and perspectives through our meetings and conferences.

If you would like to join another way, you may also contact us to join over the phone.

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Donate to help us shine a spotlight on corruption.

Whether you’re a member or not, you can help us champion ethical business conduct and government that leads with integrity. 

100% of your donation will go towards finding the best solutions to improve the transparency and accountability of our federal government, and practical solutions for businesses to take a zero-tolerance stance against corruption.

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Corporate Members

We can only tackle corruption by working together.

We are grateful for the contributions of our corporate members to our corruption-fighting work. Our corporate members include Australian companies large and small, as well as organisations from the public and social justice sectors.

We always welcome new corporate members. If you are interested in joining us download our flyer to learn more, and please get in touch.

Clancy Moore
Clancy Moore
CEO Transparency International Australia

After a decade of democratic backsliding, Transparency International’s latest global corruption index has once again placed us behind countries including New Zealand, Denmark and Germany, scoring 75 on the 100-point scale. If we’re to restore Australia’s democratic standing to the levels of 2012, there is a great deal of work to be done.

Tiffany Morrison
Professor Tiffany Morrison
Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies

In the course of my research, I’ve seen first-hand the devastating impact of regulatory capture on our natural resources and the communities who depend on them. Back-room decision-making, old boys clubs, politicisation of science, and smoke and mirrors tactics create an impenetrable system for people trying to make a difference. This is why I am committed to good governance and transparency in decision-making. Because by improving transparency, we build a more socially enlightened and environmentally sustainable future.

Fiona McLeod
Fiona McLeod S.C.
Senior Counsel at the Victorian Bar

Corruption, in all its forms, corrodes our trust in government and the integrity of our markets. It compounds inequity and undermines the strength of our democracy. And it will require all of us to be involved – to work to improve the transparency and integrity of systems and processes. We need many voices to take a stand against corruption and support the movement to improve the the integrity of our governance systems.