Our Right To Know, Their Duty To Tell

Papua New Guineans must be empowered to obtain public information from the State. Once informed, a citizen will be able to more effectively demand accountability, oppose corruption and monitor public service delivery. Tran...

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2017 Integrity Seminar Report

Report with a transcript of the discussions held from 09-10th November at the 2017 TIPNG Integrity Seminar. The Seminar saw the launch of the 2017 National Elections Observation Report and 7 Integrity Initiatives of Excellenc...

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TIPNG’s Corruption Perceptions Survey

Public Opinion Survey in Five Provinces on Levels and Consequences of Corruption in Papua New Guinea and State and Society Response, 2015 This survey report on public opinion, conducted independently for TIPNG, shows that ...

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TI is committed to creating and working with broad coalitions representing civil society to prevent corruption by reforming systems.

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