On Thursday, 5 September, The Transnational Research Institute on Corruption (TRIC) will be convening the 2019 Anti-corruption Update: New Frontiers for building anti-corruption coalitions. The day will consist of panel discussions following a keynote from Professor Michael Johnston.
The workshop will be chaired by Professor Adam Graycar. Professor Graycar has held professorial positions at Flinders University, the National University of Singapore, the Australian National University, Rutgers the State University of New Jersey, and at the University of New South Wales. While at ANU he was also Director of the Research School of Social Sciences and founder of the TRIC. He also has 22 years’ experience as a senior government official with both the South Australian and Commonwealth governments.
The keynote speaker will be Professor Michael Johnston from the USA, who has spent decades in this field and has written seminal works like Syndromes of Corruption, and advised bodies such as the World Bank, USAid and the International Anti-Corruption Academy in Vienna. Professor Johnston is Charles A. Dana Professor of Politics Emeritus and former Distinguished Professor at the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA). His research has ranged from corruption and inequality in the developed and developing worlds to democratisation and reform. Syndromes of Corruption was the recipient of the 2009 Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order.
The panel sessions will explore research and contemporary practice in a thematic way. Each panel will be chaired by members of TRIC, and include experts in the field. The panels are: • Transnational anti-corruption law update • New frontiers in anti-corruption research • Lessons from the Asia-Pacific
Registration is available here. Places are limited.