The combined defence sector in New Zealand is ranked the most transparent and least corrupt in the world in the just released Government Defence Integrity Index (GDI).Find out More
The just released Transparency International Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) is the only worldwide public survey on people’s views and experience of corruption. It is the largest, most detailed survey of corruption in the region – how people experience it, whether they feel corruption is on the rise, and what they think are the most urgent problems. Find out More
The 2020 Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) released by global anti-corruption organization Transparency International ranks New Zealand’s public sector and judiciary first equal with Denmark as least corrupt in the world. New Zealand’s score of 88 out of 100 reflects a one point improvement from last year.Find out More
Today, 9 December 2020 is International Anti-Corruption Day, with the theme ‘Recover with Integrity’.
The response to the COVID-19 virus is creating new opportunities to exploit weak oversight and inadequate transparency, diverting funds away from people in their hour of greatest need.Find out More
Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) is delighted that Suzanne Snively has been named in the New Years Honours as an Honorary Dame Companionfor her services to governanceFind out More