Symposium: Anti-Corruption in the Asia-Pacific
Anti-Corruption in the Asia-Pacific is a symposium for interested policymakers, professionals, students and citizens to update their understanding of key challenges and solutions for public integrity and anti-corruption – globally, regionally and in Australia – in the post-COVID world.
14 APRIL, 11.00am – 5pm AEDT
Join us online for the Anti-Corruption and the Asia-Pacific Region virtual Symposium to explore the key challenges and solutions for public integrity and anti-corruption – globally, regionally and in Australia – in the post-COVID world.
This event will explore the following topics:
- Different post-COVID? The international outlook for anti-corruption in 2030
- Corruption & Integrity in the Pacific – Priorities and responses
- Australia’s national priorities – The Commonwealth Integrity Commission proposal, how it needs to be fixed and why
TIA is co-hosting this Symposium alongside Griffith University and the Australian National University.
Registration is free for TIA members ($250 for non-members)
Join online for any or all of three 90 minute sessions
11:00am – 12:30pm: Different post-COVID? The international outlook for anti-corruption to 2030
- Professor Adam Graycar, Director, Stretton Institute, University of Adelaide
- J C Weliamuna PC, Former High Commissioner for Sri Lanka;Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Centre for Governance & Public Policy, Griffith University
1.30 – 3:00 pm: Corruption & Integrity in the Pacific – Priorities and responses
- Miriam Mathew, Regional Adviser -Pacific, Transparency International
- Yuambari Haihuie, Advocacy Lead, Transparency InternationalPapua New Guinea
- Dr Grant Walton, Fellow, Development Policy Centre,Australian National University;Chair, Transnational Research Institute on Corruption
- Dr Tess Newton-Cain, Coordinator, Pacific Hub, Griffith Asia Institute
3.30 – 5:00 pm: Australia’s national priorities – the Commonwealth Integrity Commission proposal, how it needs to be fixed, and why
- Serena Lillywhite, Chief Executive Officer,Transparency International Australia
- Alan Macsporran QC, Chair, Crime & Corruption Commission Queensland
Convenor: Professor A J Brown, Griffith University & Board member, Transparency International