PNG SCORES “HIGHLY CORRUPT” ON THE 2018 CORRUPTION PERCEPTIONS INDEX

Port Moresby, January 29th, 2019 - Sincere, honest and real effort is needed by citizens, the public sector, businesses, and political leaders to protect the democracy of Papua New Guinea.  This is the message from Transparen...

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Better conditions and more integrity needed for Police officers

Port Moresby,08th January 2019 – TIPNG is of the strong view that the police hierarchy need to focus on the real issues affecting the force rather than paying incentives to police officers in NCD for something they swore an o...

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TIPNG Quarterly Newsletter October – December 2018

This quarter and has been a very busy one for us here at TIPNG.  It is also now the end of 2018, we thank you for your support towards our work this year. Please read our newsletter to find out what we have been up to this la...

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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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