Lack of Law for Access to Information in PNG is Cause of ‘Fake News’ says TIPNG

Friday 17th May 2019, Port Moresby – The spread of unfounded speculation on Social Media in Papua New Guinea is caused by the lack of legislation to empower citizens to access accurate information from state institutions says...

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Thursday 16th May 2019, Port Moresby - Transparency International PNG launched the 13th Annual Sir Anthony Siaguru Walk Against Corruption today (Thursday 16 May 2019). The theme of this year’s walk is JJustice = Enforceme...

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Civil Society to Work with Government for Openness

Wednesday 07th May 2019, Port Moresby – It is vital that Community Groups and Civil Society Organisations (CSO) work closely together and with the State to ensure that the Government is more open and accessible to the people ...

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MP’s Must Follow Resignation Laws for Transparency

Wednesday 1st May 2019, Port Moresby – Members of Parliament when resigning from their political parties must do so through the prescribed processes, especially if they are joining a new party, and not just through media conf...

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Partnership to Deliver National Citizenship Curriculum

Friday 26th April 2019, Port Moresby – Transparency International PNG (TIPNG) is building on its close work with government agencies and education institutions to ensure that people know their rights and responsibilities as c...

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