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14 April 2021. This online symposium for those interested in the key challenges and solutions for public integrity and anti-corruption – globally, regionally and in Australia – in the post-COVID world.
Anti-corruption advocates in Sierra Leone are hoping a new law will give the government a better mandate to conduct robust integrity checks on companies applying for mining rights.
TI chapters are working to have their governments introduce rigorous beneficial ownership and integrity due diligence as part of the licensing process.
In Indonesia, civil society efforts have brought to light gaps in the implementation of the country’s beneficial ownership disclosure law. TI-Indonesia looks at the opportunities for progressing this agenda.
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