Media Releases

Football Transparency Lacking

19 November 2015

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Transparency International report shows significant failures in transparency and accountability of football associations, heightening their corruption risks.

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New Zealand Defence Force given good marks

5 November 2015

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In an index released yesterday at the ASEAN Defence Minister’s conference in Malaysia, The New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) is ranked the most transparent and least corrupt in the region.

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Sir Anand Satyanand Appointed to TI Advisory Council

29 August 2015

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Former Governor General and TINZ Patron Sir Anand Satyanand has been appointed as a member of Transparency International’s global Advisory Council.

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Saudi Sheep Transaction: Where is the Transparency?

19 August 2015

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The lack of transparency in the Saudi sheep deal could deliver a body blow to New Zealand

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Government squandering critical opportunity

6 August 2015

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Let’s not squander that reputation and good will by paying mere lip service to the principles of open government.

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New Zealand: Take Leadership Role in Fighting Sport Corruption

8 June 2015

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New Zealand must use its untarnished reputation in sport to help root out corrupt practices in International Football says Transparency International’s New Zealand chair Suzanne Snively.

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Bribery and Corruption Undermine Sport

28 May 2015

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The arrest of some of the most powerful figures in global football on bribery and corruption charges is a wakeup call for New Zealand

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State Sanctioned Bribes Unacceptable

19 May 2015

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The Organised Crime and Anti-corruption Bill allows facilitation payments-small bribes-undermining New Zealand’s strong reputation for being corruption free.

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2015 Deloitte Bribery and Corruption Survey Australia New Zealand

25 March 2015

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Deloitte’s 2015 Bribery and Corruption survey is a wake up call for NZ businesses operating here and overseas as they are at risk of being caught up with bribery and corruption scandals.

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Sir Don McKinnon Becomes TINZ Patron

18 March 2015

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Transparency International announces that one of New Zealand’s most respected public figures Sir Don McKinnon has agreed to become its Patron.

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