Are you aligned with our mission?

Does your organisation embrace best practice governance and share our commitment to transparency? Are you determined for New Zealand to remain as free from corruption as possible?

We work in a variety of ways with like minded civil society and non-government organisations, private businesses and not for profit entities. Together we expand messaging and thought leadership in mutual areas of interest. We welcome collaborative relationships with organisations which:

  • Are committed to zero tolerance for corruption;
  • Are committed to good governance;
  • Have robust codes of ethics;
  • Have or want to implement integrity systems and anti corruption training;
  • Have strong leadership committed to the prevention of corruption.

Become An Affiliate

Become affiliated with Transparency International NZ and start a more formal relationship with us. As an affiliate, we can work together on co-branded programmes and other initiatives, and you’ll also be invited to share any news, announcements or publication releases via our monthly newsletter.

The organisations we are current affiliated with are:

  • OXFAM New Zealand
  • Institute of Internal Auditors New Zealand (IIA NZ)
  • FinTechNZ
  • United Nations Association of New Zealand (UNA NZ)
  • Victoria University of Wellington International Leadership Programme
  • The Good Bunch
  • Institute of Management Consultants

Become affiliated with Transparency International NZ and start a more formal relationship with us. As an affiliate, we can work together on co-branded programmes and other initiatives, and you’ll also be invited to share any news, announcements or publication releases via our monthly newsletter.

Collaborate With Us

In other instances, a less formal, collaborative relationship might be more suited to your organisation.

We have very good working relationships with many organisations, including professional and industry bodies, unions, civil society organisations and academic and research organisations.  

We regularly collaborate on public events such as webinars, as well as advocacy, research, thought leadership and cross sector projects.  We respect each others differences and play to our strengths to achieve agreed goals.

Affiliates

Central and local government organisations

Business Supporters

Academic collaboration and support:

Victoria University of Wellington: School of Management, School of Government, Business School, and Institute for Governance and Policy Studies
University of Canterbury
Auckland University of Technology

Send us an Email

If you or your organisation would like further details about becoming affiliated with TINZ please get in touch with CEO, Julie Haggie.

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