Strong Integrity Systems Could Mean People Everywhere Have Rewarding Lives: Suzanne Snively at TEDxVUW

Suzanne Snively is a business leader, economist, and the 2013 Wellingtonian of the Year. In 2005, Suzanne was awarded an ONZM for services to women and business, including her groundbreaking economic study of the cost of domestic violence in New Zealand.

As the director of Transparency International New Zealand, Suzanne's talk is about the need for integrity systems which leads to more rewarding lives for people and highlighting New Zealand currently as the least corrupt public sector in the world.

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