A fall in Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index has a corresponding impact on a country’s economic performance.
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The lack of a federal integrity commission is a gaping hole in Australia’s integrity framework. It is the most important piece of legislation we need, right now, to restore public trust in our democracy. It’s the foundation this country needs for solid, forward-thinking policies that put the public’s best interest first, always.
These stories provide a snapshot of our work to tackle gender equality and support women to express their voice in decisions about mining.
Transparency International Zambia is supporting women to participate in mining consultations through environmental impact assessment processes.
Through workshops, Transparency International Cambodia is equipping women with information and skills to stand up for their rights.
South Africa’s Corruption Watch is designing materials for women to encourage and enable them to contribute to discussions about mining.