The 2022 Transparency International Annual General Meeting and event was held on 29 November in the Grand Hall, Parliament House. The Annual Report was presented and business of the organisation conducted followed by an interesting panel discussion and lively networking event.
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The 2021-2022 Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) Annual Report was provided to members at the Annual General Meeting on 29th November. TINZ has had a positive impact on integrity in New Zealand, as we applied strategic thinking and resources to influence change, for the common good.Find out More
TINZ is now offering Corporate Memberships. These are for organisations committed to transparency and accountability.Find out More
Yana Geary Wellington School of Business and Government Masters candidate with an interest in organisational ethics management.has been awarded the 2022-2023 Dame Suzanne Snively ScholarshipFind out More
The Transparency International global movement released its 2021 Annual Report on 9 May. 2021 highlighting another remarkable and demanding year for the Transparency International movement.Find out More
Applications are now being accepted for the second annual Transparency International NZ Dame Suzanne Snively Scholarship at Victoria University Wellington.Find out More
It is with regret we note the sudden death of Mel Smith. Mel was on the Board of Transparency International New Zealand for several years and became our Patron in 2007. Find out More
The Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 18 November entirely online. Highlights included a farewell from Patron Lyn Provost, a welcome to the new Patron Dame Patsy Reddy, presentation of the annual report from Julie Haggie, the board election and awarding lifetime memberships to Lyn and Stephanie Hopkins.Find out More
Dame Patsy Reddy GNZM QSO DStJ has been appointed TINZ Patron having finishing her term as 21st Governor-General of New Zealand. She has had extensive experience in governance and business consulting roles.Find out More
I have watched with admiration the dedication and hard work of the Board, members with delegated authority and members, all who provide their time on a voluntary basisFind out More
Transparency International New Zealand’s Board agreed to the organization's 2021-2023 Strategy at its September meeting. This followed several months of thought and focussed discussion and will provide direction for TINZ engagement over the next three years. Find out More
We are part of a global movement leading the fight against corruption in over 100 countries. Together we aspire to a unified vision: a world free of corruption. TINZ offers individual, small business and corporate memberships. Find out More
Danika Hotham has been awarded the inaugural Transparency International New Zealand Suzanne Snively Scholarship supporting her research related to transparency, integrity, accountability or anti-corruption governance.Find out More
In July TINZ members were treated to a briefing about the work of our global organization. This event focused on the strategy and work of the Transparency International Secretariat and how it relates to and coordinates with local chapters and TINZ in particular. Find out More
Gill is looking forward to fully engaging as Transparency International New Zealand's Deputy Chair. TINZ has a significant role to play, she is thrilled to be part of it.Find out More
We have a great year ahead of us filled with many exciting projects that we can't wait to share with you. Thank you all for your interest and continued support in Transparency International New Zealand, as we strive to hold power to account for the common good. Find out More
TINZ has maintained its momentum in the face of the global pandemic challenge. It has learnt new things and been able to not only stay connected but also progress TINZ’s work in a positive way.Find out More
Three new Directors were elected to the TINZ Board by members, following online voting and voting at the AGM venues.Find out More
TINZ celebrated another successful year at its recent Annual General Meeting that was linked between venues in Auckland and at Parliament. The TINZ 2020 Annual Report outlines significant progress across a range of key initiatives and activities.Find out More
Institute of Management Consultants New Zealand is proud to collaborate with Transparency International New Zealand to fight corruption. Both organisations are part of global networks that support fair and ethical behaviour.Find out More
TINZ and the Honest Bunch Foundation formally acknowledged entering into a strategic partnership at the TINZ AGM. Both organisations have common interests in safer communities, zero tolerance to violations of integrity and care about the ability to safely collect and share information.Find out More
The TINZ 2020 AGM in November was the last official act of Suzanne Snively as Chair of Transparency New Zealand.
For ten years she has been the driving force behind TINZ during which time the influence of our organization has expanded dramatically.Find out More
Throughout the COVID-19 lockdown, the Parliamentary Counsel Office (PCO) has continued to work on the Access to Secondary Legislation project. They now report on this in their latest technical update.Find out More
In early February, Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) offered a submission supporting the work of Stats NZ to create an Algorithm Charter.
TINZ strongly supports the primary purpose of the charter – to put the right safeguards in place so that data ethics are embedded in the work, and so that people and communities being served by these tools are always front of mind.
However, TINZ would like to see the Charter go further...Find out More
During the year ending 30 June 2019, TINZ was pleased to see practice and policy change across central government agencies to address corruption by strengthening integrity systems.Find out More
The 2017-2018 Transparency International New Zealand (TINZ) Annual Report was provided to members at the Annual General Meeting. TINZ continues to make progress in raising corruption awareness and corruption prevention. Find out More
We have much work on our plate, but that doesn’t mean we rest on our laurels. I am looking forward to the opportunities ahead for our organisation in New Zealand, as a Treaty partner, as a Pacific nation, as a great democracy.Find out More