“Governments know us for what we are. We have no other agendas than trying to get it right for the country. That is where the relationship is anchored” - Ruth Liloqula, TI Solomon Islands
Over the last couple of years TINZ has worked steadily on a paper that describes the contribution that Transparency International chapters in the Pacific make to a peaceful and just Oceania. The paper is based on a survey and discussions with chapters.
Pacific chapters talk about the ‘what’, ‘why’ and ‘how’ of their contribution to integrity, transparency and accountability in Oceania including how they work with government and other organisations.
The stories and perspectives of five TI Pacific chapters offer insight into the unique role that Pacific civil society organisations play in fighting corruption.
The discussion paper - Corruption and money laundering in the Pacific: Intertwined challenges and interlinked responses - is available at this link.