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

Integrity was a deciding issue in the 2022 federal election campaign. Will this be a turning point for citizen trust and Australia’s reputation, after Australia’s
fall on Transparency International's Corruption Perceptions Index to its lowest point ever?

The Morrison Government’s inability to produce a suitable model for a federal anti-corruption commission in 2018-22 proved pivotal in tipping Australians to
change the government, but what next for that reform, and what else is needed to arrest our sliding national integrity performance and restore public trust?

Join this panel, led by Griffith University’s Professor A J Brown, Board member of Transparency International to discuss Australia's position on the Corruption Perceptions Index and how integrity reform can and should be pursued in the new, 47th Parliament.

Presented by Transnational Research Institute on Corruption, Stretton Institute, Griffith University, and Transparency International.

Watch recording here

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