When Rio Tinto destroyed an ancient Aboriginal site in Western Australia, it made headlines around the world. Will the promised changes now be enough?
TIA has long called for an overhaul of our AML/CTF laws. The latest scandal demonstrates why we need to fix the holes in our regulatory system.
The proposed penalty is large enough to send a message. But the bigger issue is whether it will contribute to changing the culture in such organisations.
Business, multi-lateral institutions and civil society must give greater consideration to the nexus between corruption and human rights.
Australian aid should help our neighbours respond to covid. In every crisis, corruption thrives. We should keep good governance squarely in focus.
Even with the Covid-19 crisis understandably dominating the agenda, the ‘Sports Rorts’ scandal just won’t go away, and with good reason.
At the start of the covid-19 pandemic we raised concerns that emergency powers could be used to undermine accountability and wind back regulatory oversight.
Too often women are left out of consultations in the EIA process. This matters because the impact of mining affects women and men differently.
For the Environmental and Social Impact Assessments to manage risks of harm from mining, it needs to be transparent and prioritise access to information.
‘Multi-stakeholder engagement works.’ In this blog we share four key insights that provide useful lessons for civil society advocacy. It includes examples from TI- Kenya, which has been successfully building networks of civil society organisations to have a stronger voice.