Australia’s Bribery Prevention Network featured in G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group Side Event

Posted on October 8, 2022

Preventing bribery requires strong partnerships between government, the private sector and civil society.

Australia’s Bribery Prevention Network was recently featured in a side event on multi-stakeholder approaches to corruption prevention as part of the final meeting of the G20 Anti-Corruption Working Group in 2022 under Indonesia’s G20 presidency.

Dean Mitchell (KPMG) and Cindy McNair (Allens) represented the Bribery Prevention Network alongside Transparency International Australia’s Clancy Moore and Transparency International Indonesia’s Wawan Heru Suyatmiko to highlight the importance of collective action in supporting the private and public sectors to better understand and prevent bribery and corruption risk.

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