Griffith University, in partnership with Transparency International, hosted a half-day public conference and dinner, on the vital role of of anti-corruption leadership by the G20 group of nations, and a workshop on assessment of 'integrity systems' around the world.
In November 2014, leaders from the G20 group of nations will gather in Brisbane to shape the next stage of international cooperation for financial stability and economic growth. One of their most vital tasks is to decide the future of the G20 anti-corruption action plan – a key plank in government efforts to build the resilience of the global economy against corporate and regulatory failures, prevent the repeat of financial crises, and ensure fair and sustainable economic development. Ahead of them, on 17-18 June,world-leading anti-corruption experts, advocates and policymakers met in Brisbane as they reviewed progress in implementation of the 2013-2014 action plan, and helped identify what should be the anti-corruption commitments of G20 leaders moving forward.
Corruption, Integrity Systems and the G20 is a joint initiative of Griffith University's Centre for Governance & Public Policy, ARC Centre of Excellence for Policing and Security, and Institute for Ethics Governance & Law.
Integrity and Anti-Corruption in the G20
Wednesday 18 June 2014
Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre
Followed by dinner with Huguette Labelle, Chair of the Board of Transparency International
Assessing National Integrity Systems in the G20 and Beyond (A workshop with Transparency International)
Tuesday 17 June - Wednesday 18 June 2014
The Ship Inn Function Room & Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre