"A world with trusted integrity systems in which government, politics, business, civil society and the daily lives of people are free of corruption."

--TINZ's Mission

MP Claire Curren commits to transparency

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Member of Parliament Claire Curran interviewed by Mark Sainsbury.

Curran has the  portfolios of Minister of Broadcasting, Communications, and Digital Media and Minister for Government Digital Services along with an associate portfolio for the State Services Commission.

In this audio interview Curran commits to transparency and expresses willingness to work with Transparency International New Zealand for better practices around transparency.  She also acknowledges the need for conversations about the Protected Disclosures Act

Audio courtesy of RadioLive New Zealand

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