REGISTER NOW | 1st National Integrity Summit

REGISTER NOW | 1st National Integrity Summit

We are excited to announce that the registration for the first National Integrity Summit, is now open. Six panel sessions will be held from May 13 – May 14 2021. Make sure to save your spot by registering for free!

DAY ONE – THURSDAY 14TH MAY 2021

SESSION OBJECTIVE: OPENING SESSION

Keynote Address: Hon. James Marape, Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea

Welcome – Peter Aitsi, Chair, Transparency International PNG
Remarks – Dr Silviu Jora, Deputy Head of Delegation, Delegation of the European Union to Papua New Guinea
Presentation of the National Integrity Systems Assessment (NISA) Report

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SESSION OBJECTIVE: ENDING IMPUNITY

10:40am-12:00pm | Panel 1: Prosecuting Corruption
What are the challenges in prosecuting cases of corruption and how can they be overcome?

PANELISTS:
Pondros Kaluwin | Public Prosecutor, Office of the Public Prosecutor
Josephine Pitmur | Deputy Secretary, Depart of Justice & Attorney General
Matthew Damaru | Director, National Fraud & Anti-Corruption Directorate

MODERATOR:
Yuambari Haihuie | Deputy Director – Partnerships & Policy, Transparency International PNG

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1:00pm – 2:20pm | Panel 2: Compliance & Enforcement: The Role of Regulators
How can agencies be responsible for issuing licenses, leases and permits ensure that corrupt actors are penalized?

PANELISTS:
Clarence Hoot | Managing Director, Investment Promotions Authority
Brian Lillywhite | Position, PNG Customs Service
Douveri Henao | Executive Director, Business Council of Papua New Guinea

MODERATOR:
Yuambari Haihuie | Deputy Director _ Partnerships & Policy, Transparency International PNG

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DAY TWO – FRIDAY 14TH MAY 2021

SESSION OBJECTIVE: PREVENTING CORRUPTION

9:10am – 10:30am | Panel 1: Follow the Money: Financial Sector and Corruption in PNG
What are the inter-agency approaches needed to stopping the ‘dribs and drabs’ of illicit financial flows in Papua New Guinea?

PANELISTS:
Benny Popoitai | Director, Financial Analysis & Supervision Unit (FASU), Bank of Papua New Guinea
Nuni Kulu | President, Business Council of Papua New Guinea
Fabrizio Fioroni | Adviser, Anti-Money Laundering/Counter Financing of Terrorism, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC)

MODERATOR: Martin Brash

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SESSION OBJECTIVE: EMPOWERING CITIZENS & JOURNALISTS

11.00am – 12.20pm | Panel 2: Empowering Citizens: Dangerous Information – Whistleblowing and Investigative Journalism
How can Papua New Guineans can learn about instances of corruption if it is considered dangerous to share information in the public interest?

PANELISTS:
Scott Waide | Journalist, EMTV
Peter Bosip | Executive Director, Centre for Environmental Law & Community Rights (CELCOR)
Steven Matainaho | Secretary, Department of Information & Communication Technology

MODERATOR: Martin Brash

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1:20pm – 2:40pm | Panel 3: Passing the Torch: Generational Conversation on Integrity
What do experienced fighters of corruption want the next generation to know about the challenges and opportunities?

PANELISTS
Dame Meg Taylor | Founding Director, Transparency International PNG
David Pepson | Officer, Office of the Public Solicitor
Peter Aitsi | Chair, Transparency International PNG

MODERATOR: Martin Brash

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We look forward to having you join us online!

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