TINZ has maintained its momentum in the face of the global pandemic challenge. It has learnt new things and been able to not only stay connected but also progress TINZ’s work in a positive way.Find out More
Just-released reports by the Office of Auditor-General highlight the need for added transparency in government decision making and reporting outcomes. More civil society consultation in the UNCAC review is called for. And Suzanne thanks three parliamentarians who have worked hard to progress the anti-corruption agenda.Find out More
Open Government Partnership (OGP) has a mandate to hear from you about the outcomes that you want from your government.Find out More
Our public sector’s top TI-CPI ranking provides a clear signal that New Zealand is good to do business with. In a modern globalised world, an authentic and demonstrated reputation for integrity is a primary success factor, and a competitive advantage.
A Government serious about increasing trade returns as a means of improving prosperity and well-being, can get started right now on promoting New Zealand exporters and tourism companies. Our world leading reputation for public sector integrity is a key benefit to promote.Find out More
COVID-19 is a virus on the march. China has shown that while it may not be stopped, this is a march that can be controlled.
The virus can be controlled in New Zealand with transparency and accountability.Find out More
TINZ Patron Lyn Provost shares some reflections on the support and leadership TINZ can provide during the COVID-19 response and recovery.Find out More
Transparency Times from the Chair October 2020.
The new higher standard of transparency CNN set for the 2020 US election television coverage is a win for democracy.Find out More
As New Zealand moves aggressively toward recovery, businesses have a chance to re-engineer their integrity systems to cement their brands in the post COVID-19 world.Find out More
The political parties' answers to TINZ's seven questions do not inspire confidence that they recognise the extent of the external threat of corruption and the leverage that a solid reputation brings to the New Zealand economy’s recovery, including the potential to repay debt at a faster rate.Find out More
Transparency and expertise provides a basis for optimism of a staged return to a more normal lifestyle.Find out More