Repairing Australia’s integrity: reform priorities after the 2022 federal election

Webinar

Integrity was a deciding issue in the 2022 federal election campaign.

Across the country, candidates and citizens demanded greater transparency, accountability and integrity in the Australian federal parliament.

With a new government, and a large crossbench demanding integrity reforms, will this be a turning point for Australia’s integrity standards and our global reputation on corruption?

After a decade of decline on Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index, we have an opportunity to turn this around.

A panel including TIA and TI Board member, Professor A J Brown, discussed Australia’s position on the Corruption Perceptions Index and how integrity reform can and should be pursued in the new, 47th Parliament.

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Details

Date: Tuesday 7 June, 2022
Time: 1pm – 2.30pm AEST
Location: Online (Zoom). 

Speakers

AJ Brown

Professor AJ Brown

Board Member, Transparency International Australia and leader of the Centre for Governance & Public Policy’s public integrity and anti-corruption research program at Griffith University
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Kate Griffiths

Budgets and Government Deputy Program Director, Grattan Institute
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Alice Drury

Acting Legal Director, Human Rights Law Centre
Adam Graycar

Adam Graycar

Director of the Stretton Institute and founder of the Transnational Research Institute on Corruption

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