Democracy camp aims to empower young people

Port Moresby, 5 September 2018 - Transparency International PNG (TIPNG) is set to host its 11th Mike Manning Youth Democracy Camp from the 13th  - 23rd of September 2018. Sixty young people from schools, churches and commu...

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TIPNG Newsletter April – June 2018

Its been yet another busy but exciting quarter of the year. We welcome our new Board of Directors and sincerely thank all the families, organizations, schools and individuals that took part in the Walk Against Corruption t...

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Deferral of LLG Elections unconstitutional and will disrupt delivery of basic services to local communities.

Port Moresby 27/07/18 – Transparency International PNG (TIPNG) believes the decision by Prime Minister Peter O'Neill to defer the Local Level Government (LLG) elections to 2019 unconstitutional and an assault on Democracy in ...

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Integrity is a cure for Corruption: 2018 Sir Anthony Siaguru Walk Against Corruption

Port Moresby, 10  June 2018  - Over 150 organizations including schools have registered to participate in the 12th Sir Anthony Siaguru Walk Against Corruption (SASWAC) in Port Moresby. The Walk was also held in Goroka and ...

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Keep the LPV system LPV is better for Papua New Guinean democracy than First-Past-The-Post system.

Transparency International PNG (TIPNG) is gravely concerned by a recent statement by Prime Minister Peter O’Neill on the floor of Parliament, in response to questions by the Opposition. Mr. O’Neill proposed that the country s...

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