TIPNG Report Assesses Risk of Corruption in Mining Licences Process

Transparency International Papua New Guinea (TIPNG) in a new report has identified 7 areas within the process of issuing Mining Leases that need to be addressed urgently to minimise the risk of corruption occurring. The repor...

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Newsletter – Read about our work!

Read about our activities in this double edition newsletter (April-September) covering events at our corruption complaints helpdesk, elections and our work with young people. Download PDF copy...

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Corrupt land officials must be dealt with

Transparency International PNG (TI PNG) commends Minister for Lands, Honorable Justin Tkatchenko's undertaking to deal with officials that issue public land titles to business entities or individuals. TIPNG is pleased to n...

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PM contradicts commitment to integrity in Manumanu Investigation

Transparency International PNG (TIPNG) has grave concerns about the Prime Minister’s commitment to integrity, given recent remarks justifying his dramatic change of mind in making two key Ministerial re-appointments, effectiv...

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TIPNG Not Deterred by Robbery

Transparency International Papua New Guinea (TIPNG) will not allow a recent burglary to stop their mission to empower citizens to oppose corruption. The newly opened TIPNG office located in Boroko, NCD suffered a break and en...

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