TINZ and NZMAI sign affiliation agreement

The New Zealand Martial Arts Institute (NZMAI) and Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) formalised an agreement at the recent TINZ AGM, that recognises NZMAI’s commitment to ethical behaviour in sport.

TINZ is very happy to sign this first Memorandum of Understanding with a New Zealand sporting body.   

The NZMAI is established to build the credibility of Martial Arts within New Zealand.  TINZ and NZMAI have common interests in promoting ethics in sport and advocating for effective integrity systems to maintain trust and confidence in New Zealand. Both organisations have zero tolerance to violations of integrity and care about good governance, robust codes of conduct and effective systems for the prevention of corruption.

Signing the affiliation Memorandum of Understanding between TINZ and NZMAI.
L to R: Suzanne Snively, Chair TINZ; Kyoshi Angelina Carden, President NZMAI (NZ Martial Arts Institute); Kyoshi Aaron Carden, NZMAI; Lyn Provost, Patron, TINZ; Luke Qin, TINZ Member with Delegated Authority, Affiliations; Henry Lynch, TINZ Board Director.