State Agencies Must Empower Vulnerable Citizens through Anti-Corruption Policies

Each Government agency should have an anti-corruption policy, statistics from TIPNG’s 2016-2018 Corruption Complaints shows that women, youths, the illiterate and rural populations have not been able to report corruption. ...

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Silencing of Journalist is the Latest Attack on Constitutional Rights

Minister for Communication must advise public what Government will do to rectify violation of journalistic integrity Port Moresby, 26th November 2018 – Transparency International PNG (TIPNG) believes firmly that the democrat...

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TIPNG Internship for Law Students Resumes

Port Moresby, 10th November 2018 - Transparency International Papua New Guinea (TIPNG) is giving three Law students from the University of Papua New Guinea (UPNG) the opportunity to gain valuable work experience through its L...

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TIPNG Demands Transparency on APEC Vehicle Procurement

Port Moresby, 18th October 2018 - The only way to stop allegations of corruption is to be honest and transparent in procurement processes, says Transparency International PNG (TIPNG). In a media statement TIPNG is calling for...

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NID Investigation report must be published as a public document

Port Moresby, 18th October 2018 – TIPNG commends the Minister for National Planning, Hon Richard Maru, for taking steps to restore the integrity of the National Statistics Office (NSO) and the National Identity (NID) project....

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