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Video – Corruption Perceptions Index Explained

23 January 2020

Video Produced by Transparency International

The Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) has evolved since 1995 as a composite indicator used to measure perceptions of corruption in the public sector in different countries around the world.

This short video provides an easily assimilated understanding of the Index including the proven methodology to provide reliable country ranking comparisons over time. 

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TINZ Presents Justice Committee to Inquiry into Elections

30 May 2019

Inquiry into the 2017 General Election and 2016 Local Elections – Hearing of evidence (23 May 2019). Read more…
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Suzanne Snively Transparency International NZ Message regarding Christchurch act of terror

18 March 2019

Transparency International New Zealand Chair Suzanne Snively’s message of trust and love in the face of horrific act of terror.

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The Struggle against Corruption

28 October 2018

Instead of a golden age of political integrity and economic prosperity, the last four decades since the end of the Cold War have brought the world to a dangerous juncture. People are experiencing rising inequality and powerlessness. They’re wondering about the fate of their families, their communities, and the systems that move the world today.

This brand new short film from UNODC brings together UN experts and academics to look at how corruption has manifested itself throughout history, what the implications have been, and how we can work to counter this crime.

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Strong Integrity Systems

6 May 2018

Strong Integrity Systems Could Mean People Everywhere Have Rewarding Lives

Suzanne Snively Chair of Transparency International New Zealand was the 2013 Wellingtonian of the Year and in 2005 awarded an ONZM for services to women and business.

Suzanne’s talk is about the need for integrity systems which leads to more rewarding lives for people and highlighting New Zealand currently as the least corrupt public sector in the world.

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Hon Clare Curran interviewed by Mark Sainsbury

9 December 2017

Member of Parliament Claire Curran interviewed by Mark Sainsbury.

Curran has the  portfolios of Minister of Broadcasting, Communications, and Digital Media and Minister for Government Digital Services along with an associate portfolio for the State Services Commission.

In this audio interview Curran commits to transparency and expresses willingness to work with Transparency International New Zealand for better practices around transparency.  She also acknowledges the need for conversations about the Protected Disclosures Act

Audio courtesy of RadioLive New Zealand

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Business Integrity Programme 2017

24 April 2017

Suzanne Snively on the importance of supply chain business integrity

Transparency International New Zealand’s Chair, Suzanne Snively, represented TINZ at TI’s Business Integrity Programme (BIP) in Berlin 21 – 23 March 2017.

The BIP brought together focussed effort from attendees representing 45 Chapters to address business integrity. These representatives, from throughout the globe, were keen to deepen their understanding of ways of working with the business sector to address corruption and strengthen integrity systems.

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Emmanuel Lulin (L’Oreal) in New Zealand 2016

30 April 2016

In this brief clip L’Oreal’s Emmanuel Lulin hightlights the value of integrity, respect and ethics in making good business decisions. From his 2016 visit to New Zealand to speak with business leaders.

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Emmanuel Lulin in New Zealand 2016 question from Ian Fraser

3 April 2016

L’Orea’s Emmanuel Lulin in New Zealand discussing cultures of ethics and the benefits to members and business performance.

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Corruption in sport with Peter Miskimmin

27 August 2015

Video Interview about corruption in sport. Peter Miskimmin CEO of Sport NZ is interviewed by TINZ board member Mark Sainsbury

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