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Transparency International New Zealand
17 November 2013
Patron, Sir Don McKinnon

National Integrity System Assessment New Zealand 2013 Media Release

In 2012 and 2013 Transparency International New Zealand undertook New Zealand’s second National Integrity System Assessment. This study was designed to be more comprehensive, more consultative and more effective than its first NIS published 10 years ago. It has proceeded from a strict assessment into an active implementation phase.

This project is a substantial commitment on the part of TINZ and its partners to create a definitive roadmap for a corruption intolerant New Zealand.


International Anti-Corruption Day 2017

7 December 2017

“This is a good day to remind your local MP to enjoin Parliament to become the global leader of countries working together to stop illicit financial flows, to stem international money laundering and develop stronger policies to prevent domestic corruption,” says Suzanne Snively, Chair of Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ).

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Protect our whistleblowers

8 August 2017

Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) is calls for better whistleblower protection.

The recent fraud case at the Ministry of Transport highlights the ineffectiveness in existing whistleblowing practice. “Whistleblowers – and their protection – are important to preserving New Zealand’s reputation,” says TINZ Director, David McNeill.  “We expect this to be a poignant issue during the election season.”

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Auditor General resignation requires transparency

5 August 2017

Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) calls on Parliament to release the report by Sir Maarten Wevers that lead to the resignation of Auditor-General Martin Matthews.

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TINZ applauds decline in foreign trusts Media Release

11 July 2017

The sharp decline in registrations strongly suggests that there are number of foreign trusts involved in activities that couldn’t stand scrutiny.

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Transformation in the State Services Commission? Integrity finally gets a seat at the top table in the Public Sector

11 May 2017

State Services Commission took a very positive step in addressing a key recommendation of TINZ’s Integrity Plus 2013 New Zealand National Integrity System Assessment by advertising a role for Deputy Commissioner, Integrity, Ethics and Standards.

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