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Launch: Infrastructure Corruption Risk Assessment Tool

Transparency International Australia (TIA) is launching a new tool to identify the loopholes that enable corruption to thrive in the infrastructure sector in the Asia-Pacific region.

This tool will help users, whether they be from government, industry or civil society, identify corruption loopholes in the process of approving infrastructure projects and focus their efforts on closing them. By guaranteeing a more efficient, honest, and fair process from the very beginning, we can ensure infrastructure projects meet the community’s needs, for current and future generations.

Join us to hear about the tool and the work we are doing to engage national and regional networks to strengthen transparency in infrastructure projects, including civil society organisations, key government institutions, and infrastructure industry stakeholders.

May 19, 2022 11:30 AM AEST

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Register for the webinar via Zoom (link below)

Speakers

Anna Griffin

Anna Griffin

Project Officer, Accountable Infrastructure @Transparency International Australia
Anna Griffin leads Transparency International Australia’s Accountable Infrastructure Project. Previously, she was part of TIA’s Accountable Mining Program working on business integrity issues and the corruption risks related to the process of awarding mining licence permits in Queensland and Western Australia.

Bill Paterson

Senior Regional Advisor and ICRAT author @Engineers Against Poverty
Dr Paterson has international experience in forging anti-corruption strategies for the infrastructure sectors that spans more than twenty years. Using decades of experience in infrastructure development programs, he had a leading role in developing foundations for the World Bank’s anti-corruption framework in relation to infrastructure, designed innovative program-specific strategies for application in some highly corrupt country contexts and brought large cartel operations to sanctions.

Ruth Liloqula

Executive Officer @Transparency Solomon Islands
Ruth is chief executive of Transparency Solomon Islands. Liloqula has long been a leader in her country. She is the first Solomon Islander to hold the posts of Government Plant Pathologist and Director of Research in the Ministry of Agriculture. She has also held the positions of Permanent Secretary Ministry of Police, and National Security. In 2007 she was appointed a Secretary to Cabinet, becoming the first woman to hold such a position.

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