For more details on the Centre Seminar Series 2014 click on More Events below.
1 August 2014 - John Kane, Griffith University - The Death of Arafat: The Political Case for Poisoning
8 August 2014 - Mark Stewart, Newcastle University - Climate Change and National Security: Balancing the Costs and Benefits
Shaping Anti-Corruption Priorities
On 17 and 18 June, anti-corruption specialists from around the world met in Brisbane to discuss how national integrity systems can be improved and how the G20 anti-corruption plan can be developed, improved and rolled out.
The result was a unique insight into the anti-corruption effort world-wide and an unparalleled collective contribution towards shaping anti-corruption priorities for the G20 into the future.
Guest Speakers included: Elena Panfilova (above), Director, Transparency International Russia and Huguette Labelle, Global Chair, Transparency International.
US Consul General visits Griffith
Fulbright scholars and alumni joined members of the Australian-American Fulbright Commission and researchers from the Centre for the meeting at Griffith’s Nathan campus.
Democracy For Sale
Democracy is a powerful concept. But it doesn't come cheap. ABC's Four Corners presented a report on Monday 23 June 2014, reporter Linton Besser delves inside the investigation that blew the lid on corruption within Australia's major political parties.Centre member, Professor A.J. Brown featured in this report providing commentary on this issue. Follow this link to see the full interview.