New TINZ CEO Janine McGruddy signing her contract with TINZ Chair Suzanne Snively

Janine McGruddy becomes TINZ CEO

Former board member Janine McGruddy has been contracted from 1 July as TINZ's Chief Executive Officer. She is charged to further TINZ's mission of raising awareness and debate amongst New Zealanders in respect to opportunities and challenges of corruption and integrity.

An important area of focus for TINZ is to build a viable, professional and sustainable Chapter. The CEO will report to the TINZ Chair and will be accountable for implementation of the strategy approved by the TINZ Board, including acquiring resources for TINZ to be effective at raising awareness.

The early work of the Chief Executive Officer will focus on building a resource base which includes partnership, membership and donor funding.

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Recent Activity

Corruption Perceptions Index 2016 TINZ media release
Transparency International’s 2016 Corruption Perception Index (TI CPI) has found that the New Zealand and Denmark public sectors are the least corrupt in the world. 25 Jan, 2017

TINZ OGP Submission
Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) submitted recommendations for New Zealand’s second Open Government Partnership (OGP) National Action Plan (NAP). Among the recommendations were a call for more ambition in creating NAPs and developing channels of communication for improving engagement with citizens. 19 Aug, 2016

Safeguarding the public interest in research
1 Aug, 2016

EU and New Zealand tax transparency
1 Aug, 2016

London Summit 2016 NZ Statement Commitments Progress
31 Jul, 2016

New Zealand Country Statement Anti Corruption Summit London 2016
29 May, 2016

Shewan Inquiry Submission Media Release
TINZ has provided its submission to the Shewan Inquiry calling on the government to widen the terms of reference to protect New Zealand's reputation and future proof our laws following the release of the "Panama papers". 21 May, 2016

CPI 2015 TINZ Media Release
Corruption Free? NZ drops again. New Zealand has fallen to fourth place in the Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI). 26 Jan, 2016