TINZ Articles

Submissions schedule

14 December 2018

TINZ encourages you to exercise your democratic responsibilities by responding to invitations from government agencies, with your opinions on future direction-setting and legislation. 

The following two centralised websites known to TINZ, invite and facilitate public submissions on a variety of legislation, policies, levies, plans and projects currently being processed, together with recently closed submissions:

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Transparency Times Author Guidelines

14 November 2018

Note to directors and members with delegated authority working with sponsors, partners and affiliates

Feel free to offer sponsors, partners and affiliates the opportunity to promote themselves through our newsletter by contributing pertinent articles relevant to our audience. While ad hoc articles will be accepted, a regular commitment quarterly or every other month is preferred. Please keep the newsletter team (David D and Steve S) informed of plans.

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TINZ Team

10 November 2018

Transparency International New Zealand subject matter experts as of 05 November 2018

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Member Profile Professor John Hopkins

10 November 2018

Professor John Hopkins

TINZ Director – Responsible for Governance

John Hopkins was appointed to take over the directorship vacated by Conway Powell, with a term extending until the 2020 Annual General Meeting.

Dr. John Hopkins is a Professor of Public Law at the University of Canterbury with a long record of working in the fields of public integrity and the Rule of Law.

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TINZ elects four new Directors

10 November 2018

Transparency International New Zealand elected four new directors at the October Annual General Meeting. They are Avon Adams, John Hall, Stephanie Hopkins and Ann Webster. All of them will serve a three year term from 2018 through to 2021.

Avon Adams

Avon Adams is a member of the Institute of Directors and a Fellow of the Public Relations Institute of New Zealand.

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Submissions Schedule

10 November 2018

TINZ encourages you to exercise your democratic responsibilities by responding to invitations from government agencies, with your opinions on future direction-setting and legislation.

Submissions currently being sought

The following invitations of relevance to TINZ, are currently open for public comment by their stated deadline. While TINZ intends to respond to these as an organisation, we encourage everyone to become involved directly as important opportunities to exercise your democratic responsibilities.

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TINZ Team

6 October 2018

Transparency International New Zealand subject matter experts as of 05 November 2018

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Call for TINZ Directors

7 September 2018

Brendon Wilson

As part of its succession strategy, Transparency International New Zealand Inc. (TINZ) is searching for experienced Directors. There are four vacancies to be filled at this year’s AGM.

TINZ is an incorporated society and a registered charity. It is an accredited chapter of the global body, Transparency International, based in Berlin. The global body was set up in 1993 with New Zealander Jeremy Pope as its inaugural CEO.

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TINZ Team

7 September 2018

Transparency International New Zealand subject matter experts as of 06 September 2018

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TINZ comings and going

8 August 2018

Accreditation for TI Chapter, Transparency International New Zealand Inc

TINZ has been re-accredited for 3 years by the global body, Transparency International (TI).  On 22 June 2018, TI Board Chair, Delia Ferreira Rubio formally wrote to the TINZ Board stating that the TI Board of Directors “has decided to reconfirm your Chapter’s status as an accredited National Chapter of Transparency International…with the understanding that your Chapter agrees to the content of this letter….”

TI’s Board sub-committee,

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