The National Integrity Systems Country Study Addendum 2012 was launced on 25th October 2012 in the European Parliament Offices, Dublin.
The formal launch of the Speak Up Helpline took place on Thursday, 26 May 2011 at Wood Quay Venue, Dublin City Council Civic Offices, Dublin 8.
Dublin, 24 February 2011 - With the EU playing a greater role in Irish domestic affairs, there is an ever-growing need to make effective requests for documents held by EU institutions.
'Access to Documents and Transparency in the EU: a practical guide & the future of EU transparency law', is a public event jointly hosted by Transparency International Ireland and the Irish Society for European Law (ISEL).
Dublin, 9 December 2010 - Transparency International Ireland will mark the launch of the Global Corruption Barometer and International Anti-Corruption Day by hosting a public event titled "Cleaning up Irish politics". This event will provide an opportunity to discuss the decline in public trust in government and politics in Ireland and explore some of the solutions to this decline.
Dublin, 25 October 2010 - Transparency International Ireland will mark the launch of the Corruption Perceptions Index with a public workshop on how corruption can be measured.
Dublin, 28 September 2010 - Transparency International Ireland is celebrating International Right to Know Day with a public workshop on access to information in Ireland.
Dublin, 1 April 2010 - Discussion on why whistleblowing is important in preventing wrongdoing, how whistleblowers are protected in Ireland and what can be done to encourage whistle
Dublin, 8 September 2009 - The global financial crisis has hit Ireland hard and our politicians, government and banking sector have taken much of the blame. As the country’s reputation comes under threat, we ask what can be done to restore public and investor confidence in “Ireland Inc”? An expert panel from politics, business and civil society will debate how government and business can rebuild lost trust with the public and investors. Our audience will also be invited to take part in what should be a very lively but informative discussion.
Transparency International Ireland leads the movement for public integrity in Ireland through advocacy, research, training and support for people who stand up against corruption in all its forms.