Organisation

National Integrity Committee

Owning Institution
Description

The National Integrity Committee was established by The Australia Institute to design and advise policy makers on specific accountability reforms, including a national anticorruption commission. Members of the committee are: Margaret McMurdo AC, David Ipp AO QC, Stephen Charles AO QC, David Harper AM QC, Paul Stein AM QC and Anthony Whealy QC.

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Strategy

28 Sep 2018
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Following on from the detailed design work undertaken by the committee to date, this plan outlines how a National Integrity Commission would be established within the existing integrity framework.

Briefing paper

9 Apr 2018
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The Australia Institute’s National Integrity Committee of corruption fighters and retired judges has released the next stage in the design of a National Integrity Commission.

Briefing paper

9 Apr 2018
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This briefing paper argues that a National Integrity Commission must have a broad jurisdiction to investigate any person whose conduct adversely affects or could adversely affect, directly or indirectly, the honest or impartial exercise of public administration, if the Commissioner deems the conduct to be...

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