The news that former Prime Minister Scott Morrison was sworn in as minister to several portfolios is extraordinary and raises serious red flags for our democracy.
TIA welcomes our new CEO, Clancy Moore, bringing over 15 years of experience working on human rights, business integrity and public accountability.
The 47th Parliament has an overwhelming mandate to act on integrity reforms. We know what to do, let’s get to work.
TIA has written to candidates running in the 2022 federal election campaign demanding action on public integrity reform.
Australia’s ranking on Transparency International’s global Corruption Perceptions Index has hit a record low.
After a significant drop, Australia’s CPI score has remained stagnant for too long. Democratic governance is essential to managing the COVID-19 response.
Australia’s National Integrity System: The Blueprint for Action shows us how we can build a stronger, fairer and more accountable system of government.
The Commonwealth Integrity Commission is an opportunity for once-in-a-generation nation building reform, but we must ensure it’s built on solid foundations.
Tackling foreign bribery is hard work and made harder by weak laws that have not kept pace with the scale and complexity of the problem.
This essential reform must be prioritised, as a well-functioning, clean, and accountable government is a fundamental pre-requisite for good policymaking.