Transparency International and Transparency International Russia mourn the death of 47-year-old anti-corruption activist and politician Alexey Navalny while in the custody of Russian authorities and call for an impartial investigation into the circumstances of his death.
As the Asia Pacific region faces a big 2024 election year, with people coming out to vote in Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Solomon Islands, South Korea and Taiwan, the 2023 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) reveals another year of little to no meaningful progress towards curbing corruption.
Infrastructure is a highly corruption prone sector with large incentives for various stakeholders to influence decisions about which projects are selected and funded; surely decisions about why a project is funded and the projected benefits and costs are fundamental to democracy and should be made public?
International oil, gas and mining companies have a responsibility to adhere to the highest expectations of the transparency and accountability mechanisms in which they participate.
Transparency International Australia hosts national roundtable in Canberra to discuss infrastructure corruption risks in the Indo-Pacific and the application of TIA’s Infrastructure Corruption Risk Assessment Tool (ICRAT) in Solomon Islands.
As keynote for Transparency International Australia’s National Integrity Summit The Hon. Dr Andrew Leigh MP, Assistant Minister for Competition, Charities, Treasury and Employment, spoke to the economics of corruption and the long-term impacts it can have on both institutions and the economy.
Extreme politicisation of the public service erodes trust in our democracy writes CEO Clancy Moore in his latest opinion piece that welcomes the government’s strong and swift action against Michael Pezzullo’s.
Chinese companies can lead on environmental, social and governance standards in the energy transitions says Transparency International Australia CEO, Clancy Moore, in his speech a the Chinese forum on Responsible Mining Supply Chains.
The Hon Justice Paul Brereton AM RFD SC Commissioner, National Anti-Corruption Commission says despite three decades of advancements in Australia’s integrity landscape, the need for ongoing vigilance “cannot be denied.”
Zambia’s deposits of copper and other transition minerals have done little to ensure inclusive and sustainable growth. What risks are present in the race to extract these minerals?