For more details on the Centre Seminar Series Semester 1 2014 click on More Events below.
1 May 2014 Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG, The Role of the High Court in Australia's Governance: A View After Five Years on Parole (RSVP please)
16 May 2014 Dr Jack Corbett, Griffith University
Corruption, Integrity Systems and the G20
With Transparency International, the Centre is hosting an international workshop followed by a half-day public conference and dinner, on the assessment of 'integrity systems' around the world, and the importance role of anti-corruption efforts in the G20 group of nations.
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Interested in contributing to integrity systems assessment research and policy? Click here for the workshop call for papers
The Hon Michael Kirby Event
The Centre for Governance and Public Policy and the Griffith Asia Institute would like to invite you to a seminar followed by a book signing:
'The Role of the High Court in Australia's Governance: A View After Five Years on Parole'
The Hon Michael Kirby AC CMG
Date: Thursday 1 May 2014
Time: Lecture 11:30am – 1:00pm
Where: N16 Macrossan, room 0.10
RSVP: Places for the seminar are limited, please book early to avoid disappointment. RSVP to Angela MacDonald by Thursday 24 April at
Leaders in Anti-Corruption Policy in the G20
On Friday 28 February CGPP professors A J Brown and Jason Sharman became the first academics ever invited to speak at the G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group. The Working Group is the world's most influential anti-corruption policy-making forum, comprised of top officials of G20 governments together with institutions including the World Bank, OECD, UN Office on Drugs & Crime, and Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering. It sets the agenda on anti-corruption policy for other international organisations, G20 member governments, and the international community at large.