Clancy brings over 15 years of advocacy and international development experience in the Solomon Islands, Myanmar, and Australia, including leadership roles with Oxfam and ActionAid. He previously led the Australian arm of the global anti-corruption coalition, Publish What You Pay calling for greater transparency in the mining, oil and gas sectors. He lectures at several Australian universities and appears regularly in the media. Clancy and his family live on the land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations
Transparency International Australia is the Australian national chapter of the international coalition against corruption, operating in over 100 countries. Our team focuses on promoting transparency and accountability in Australian politics and business.
Policy and Communications Manager
Project Officer- Infrastructure
Finance and Administration Coordinator
Transparency International Australia also coordinates the global Accountable Mining programme, an international network of 20 Transparency International Chapters currently working together to improve transparency and accountability across the mining sector.