Corruption Perceptions Index – 2020 report launch

29 January 2021, 11.30am – 12.30pm 

Please join us for the launch of latest Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) – Transparency International’s landmark annual report that assesses public sector corruption around the world.

Join us for a lively discussion to learn more about global corruption hotspots, where Australia sits (have we improved, slid further or remain stagnant?), and what we can do to strengthen our democracy and prevent and stop corruption.

Our CEO Serena Lillywhite will deliver the results followed by a panel discussion.

Register

To register for the free webinar, proceed to the Registration Page for this event. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information on how to join the zoom webinar.

This event is free for members of Transparency International Australia. Contact us to receive your members’ promotional code.

For non-members, this event costs $25 to attend.

Your contribution will go towards Transparency International Australia’s work, helping us develop research, events and present evidence-based solutions to policy makers and business leaders to prevent and stop corruption.

Speakers

Chris Knaus headshot

Christopher Knaus

Reporter with Guardian Australia

Christopher Knaus is a reporter for Guardian Australia, based in Canberra, who covers issues of integrity and transparency. He has written extensively about government corruption, lobbying, donations, freedom of information, and the protracted move to establish a federal integrity commission.

Peter Aitsi

Peter Aitsi

Chairman, Transparency International Papua New Guinea

Peter Aitsi is the Chief Executive Officer of Credit Corporation (PNG). He also served as Country Manager PNG for Newcrest Mining Ltd. He has extensive private sector experience at senior levels and these skills are further strengthened by his long term and ongoing involvement with important community organisations such the Media Council of PNG, City Mission PNG, Badili Club, and Leadership PNG. In 2008 he was awarded a MBE for services to the PNG Media Industry. He serves director of various entities including Steamships Trading Ltd, PNGFM Ltd and CPL Group.

Mariam Mathew

Mariam Mathew

Pacific Regional Engagement and Advocacy Lead, Transparency International

With a Master of Arts degree in Development studies, Mariam has worked in international development since 2004 for rights-based organisations in parts of Africa, the Pacific region and Australia. She is a trainer and facilitator of human rights-based approaches and has worked with civil society groups and communities to organize and meaningfully engage governments and other duty bearers on key human rights issues including gender, child rights and climate change.

Serena Lillywhite

serena lillywhite

Chief Executive Officer, Transparency International Australia

Serena Lillywhite is an experienced corporate accountability practitioner, researcher and advocate, with an extensive career in responsible business conduct. Her expertise includes governance, corruption, human rights, labour rights and land and resettlement issues. She has worked across the financial services, mining and garment and apparel sectors. 

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