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The TINZ AGM will be held as usual in November this year. Three Directors are standing down this year and the AGM provides an opportunity for electing new Directors to replace them.
Directors are required to be TINZ members and to be nominated by an existing member based on a short essay on why they want to be members, accompanied by a CV. People with relevant experience, commitment to principles of integrity and time to donate to the organisation, are actively are encouraged to apply. TINZ has 11 1.5 hour Board meetings a year, a strategic planning day and an AGM.
To apply, download a Director's Nomination Form and request nomination from existing members.
New Zealand Named Fifth Most Resilient Country and Second in World's Best Tax Rate Systems. Article
G20 whistleblowing laws -- are they hitting or missing the mark? A lesson from Australia AJ Brown, TI Australia, NIS Contributor
Updated 19 August 2014. High levels of integrity and conduct are vital for high performing, trusted State Services. The Integrity and Conduct survey is an important tool that measures State servants' perceptions of integrity and conduct in their workplace. It also gauges changes in the levels of integrity and conduct across the State Services. Read more on the State Services Commission website.
Transparency International New Zealand in partnership with The Serious Fraud Office and BusinessNZ has released a free online Anti-Corruption Training module.
Investigator Demands Greater Transparency in FIFA
Transparency International calls on FIFA to publish its investigation into the 2018 and 2022 football World Cup awarding process. If there is bribery, those implicated should be held to account and there should be no cover up.
Major exporters still lag in enforcing rules against foreign bribery TI Press Release.
Notworthy is the emphasis placed on anti-corruption by the B20 Working Group. B20 Anti-corruption Working Group Report to the B20 Office and Taskforce Chairs.
The Fiji Auditor Generals Financial Reports for the period 2007 to 2013 will be tabled in the Fiji Parliament, then the opposition led Public Accounts Committee, which includes opposition member and economist Biman Prasad, will scrutinise the details. See the Fiji Times.