Anti-Corruption Pledges Articles

Promise to Practice: Anti-corruption global pledge tracker

12 December 2019

In November Transparency International UK launched the Anti-Corruption Pledge Tracker that globally monitors the progress of the commitments made by governments at the 2016 Anti-Corruption Summit in London. 

 

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Anti-corruption pledge tracking: Elusive final pledge

30 October 2019

TINZ has recently gathered independent verifications of progress with New Zealand’s Anti-corruption commitments/pledges originating from the 2016 Global Anti-Corruption Summit in London.

Achievements relating to ‘Beneficial Ownership’ of companies and trusts, as well as Public Procurement, remain elusive and thorny. 

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Anti-Corruption Summit Pledge Tracker – New Zealand update

3 June 2019

At the 2016 Global Anti-Corruption Summit in London (ACS), New Zealand made specific commitments or pledges towards eliminating corruption. Progress towards implementing these pledges has since been monitored by Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ).

It was clear at the time that the pledges could be more ambitious. Even so, for many commonwealth countries is was a realistic place to get started.

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Global Anti-Corruption Pledge Tracker – NZ successes

5 October 2018

Ferdinand Balfoort

TINZ Member with Delegated Authority for 

Global Anti-Corruption Pledges

At the 2016 Global Anti-Corruption Summit in London (ACS), New Zealand made seven specific commitments or pledges towards eliminating corruption. Progress towards implementing these pledges has since been monitored by Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) and internationally reported.

In this regard TINZ has recently completed another round of independent observations and communicated closely with the Ministry of Justice to verify its findings.

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The New Zealand Government’s pledges tracked from 2016 Global Anti-Corruption Summit

1 October 2017

David Dunsheath

David Dunsheath

TINZ Board Member

Delegated authority for Parliamentary Relations

Co-Editor Newsletter

In May 2016, 43 countries and six international organisations were convened at the Global Anti-Corruption Summit in London (ACS). The Summit encouraged the pursuit of ambitious individual action plans by asking countries to make specific commitments or pledges.

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London Summit 2016 NZ Statement Commitments Progress

31 July 2016

New Zealand Country Statement Anti Corruption Summit London 2016

Please find attached the table of commitments from the Anti-Corruption Summit in London with progress updated

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