Briefing: How Australia has tackled its public ethics crisis

8 May, 2024 | 0 minute read

Political integrity crises are not unique to the UK. Over the past decade, Australia has faced its own issues, dropping in the Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index by over 10 places between 2012 and 2021 – much like the UK. Today we are publishing a briefing on how Australia dealt with it by creating a National Anti-Corruption Commission, looking at the background to its creation and the lessons for the UK. 

The briefing can be viewed or downloaded using the link below.

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