105 biggest public companies reviewed. 61 based in Ireland. Only Statoil says how much it pays in corporation tax. 68 per cent report on anti-corruption measures
Dublin, 10 July 2012
Date: 30 May 2012 Venue: Croke Park Conference Centre
Dublin - 22 April 2012
Transparency International Ireland (TI Ireland) has said the revelations published by the Sunday Independent today will help focus attention on the need for wide-reaching reform of the systems that allowed our economy to collapse. The reports of how repeated advice from a civil servant on the risk of over-heating in the economy was dismissed, should not only help shine a light on events leading to the financial crisis, but also inform new legislation aimed at preventing the same thing happening again.
Dublin, 27 February 2012
Transparency International Ireland (TI Ireland) has welcomed the publication today of proposals for new legislation that should offer protection for whistleblowers across the public and private sectors. The Protected Disclosure in the Public Interest Bill 2012 will allow anyone working in business, government and the non-profit sectors comprehensive safeguards when disclosing information to their employers, the authorities, TDs or the press.
Transparency International Ireland urges employers to protect whistleblowers
International report calls for UK style whistleblower protection in Ireland
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