TI’s new report shows we still know very little about who owns real estate in the world’s most sought-after cities, and whether they have been bought with dirty money.
The number of Australians that view corruption as either a ‘very big’ or ‘quite big’ problem has risen 5 percentage points over the past two years.
We need consistent and world-leading protection for whistleblowers and public interest journalism, and a whistleblowing protection authority.
We need greater transparency over lobbying, checks on undue influence and a code of conduct for parliamentarians to make sure decisions are fair and honest.
We need caps on political campaign expenditure, donation limits and real-time disclosure for donations and sanctions against misleading campaign conduct.
We need a strong, effective and well-coordinated national integrity commission that can prevent, detect and stop corruption.
vWe need a connected approach as a part of a unified system. Our institutions need the scope, the mandate and the funding to tackle corruption effectively.
Before a mining company is given an approval to mine, it must conduct a thorough environmental impact statement that assesses its impact.
This comprehensive blueprint looks at Australia’s whole framework of integrity institutions and shows us how we can act to make our system better.
Transparency International’s latest Exporting Corruption report finds that active enforcement against foreign bribery significantly decreased since 2018.