Distinguished Lecture: A National Integrity Commission - Options for Australia

Distinguished Lecture: A National Integrity Commission - Options for Australia
Distinguished Lecture: A National Integrity Commission - Options for Australia

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Professor A.J. Brown

Professor A.J Brown Presents the School of Government and International Relations 6th Distinguished Lecture.

Every Australian state, and even both territories, have or will soon have a broad-based, independent integrity or anti-corruption commission. But as a Senate Select Committee reported last year, the Commonwealth Government alone does not - despite having a multi-agency system which is "complex and poorly understood… opaque, difficult to access and challenging to navigate'.

This year's distinguished lecture will present a new picture of the options for the Commonwealth Government to undertake long overdue strengthening of its public integrity system - drawing on initial results from Australia's second national integrity system assessment, the Griffith University-led Australian Research Council Linkage Project "set to help shape any new anti-corruption structure' (Linda Mottram, ABC Radio PM, February 2018)


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