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15 ways young people can fight corruption On International Youth Day, we celebrate youth around the globe and their power to help shape a fairer and more just world.
Sir Geoffrey Palmer’s interview on RNZ National he offered his thoughts on the current lack of transparency surrounding Sir Maarten Wevers’ investigative report into the former Auditor-General, together with the timing of the latter’s resignation.
BOMBSHELL – AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND PAY THE PRICE FOR REFUSING TO COME CLEAN ON NAJIB & JHO LOW’S 1MDB THEFTS Malaysia Chronical Editorial
Political Roundup: Expect an extraordinary report on corruption and whistleblowing TINZ Director Bryce Edwards
Global corruption puts New Zealand at risk José Ugaz visiting New Zealand
Democracy is in decline, so what can we do? New Zealand is not immune from international trends and cannot afford to be complacent about its democracy, writes Sir Geoffrey Palmer
Why We Need a More Open Election in 2017 In April Scoop received crowdfunding from our generous supporters in order to achieve the goal of “Opening The Election” in 2017. We are happy to announce that Scoop’s new Opening The Election 2017 page is live now.
Paula Bennett promises to protect whistleblowers who expose fraud within the public service State Services Minister Paula Bennett is promising to protect those who speak out against fraud.
Questions remain over PNG govt involvement in land deal Transparency International Papua New Guinea says questions remain over a suspicious land deal involving at least two government ministers.
PNG: doubts corruption commission will gain govt traction A Papua New Guinea writer says he doubts whether the re-elected Peter O'Neill-led government will create an Independent Commission Against Corruption.
Watchdog planning new approach to fighting corruption The world head of Transparency International, Jose Ugaz, says the watchdog organisation is planning to take a new approach to dealing with corrupt and fraudulent practices.
A Spark in the Dark – Scottish Limited Partnerships and the UK Government’s Faltering Transparency Initiative Interesting information about compliance and ownership.