TI Ireland was delighted to host a book launch by Irish corruption law expert Imelda Higgins BL and two leading figures in the global anti-corruption movement and co-founders of TI, Lawrence Cockcr
Transparency International Ireland invites you to a book-launch and panel discussion, showcasing three new important works on the fight against corruption in Ireland and worldwide.
Date: 25 October 2012, 12.00-15.30
Date: 30 May 2012 Venue: Croke Park Conference Centre
John Devitt, TI Ireland’s chief executive, will address a seminar on anti-bribery and corruption legislation in Ireland on 9th February 2012.
TI Ireland Chief Executive John Devitt will be speaking at an upcoming conference on corruption and whistleblowing...
EBEN Research Conference 2011
Trinity College Dublin Business School, June 8-10
Does Integrity Matter?
Dublin, 18 May 2011 - Transparency International Ireland will launch its new Speak Up free information helpline and Transparency Resource Centre. This service will offer support for people facing ethical dilemmas or reporting concerns about wrongdoing in the workplace and government. It is one of the first of its kind in Western Europe and is partly funded by the European Commission.
"The Anti-Corruption Portal for Business" with Jens Berthelsen
TI/TCD Workshop, Dublin - 22 June 2007
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, 18 May 2010 - A study on the regulation of lobbyists examining systems in the United States, Canada, Germany and the EU institutions has been published by the Department of Environment, Heritage and Local Government. The study was authored by Dr. Raj Chari, Trinity College Dublin and Dr. Gary Murphy, Dublin City University
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, 11 September 2009 - Buswells Hotel, Kildare St, Dublin 2. 1pm, Tuesday, 19 January 2010 (This event was rescheduled from 11 January because of the bad weather)
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.
TI/TCD Workshops, Dublin - 23 and 24 June 2009
Dublin, 1 February 2009 - Buswells Hotel, Molesworth St, Dublin 2, 11am to 1pm
Transparency International Ireland will launch a major report on corruption controls in Ireland on 2 March. The National Integrity System Study is the most wide ranging analysis to be ever conducted on the issue in Ireland. It examines the risk of corruption and abuse of power in government, politics, business, civil society and the media. It also looks at the role these sectors have to play in promoting integrity in public life. The study also makes some forty recommendations to tackle a problem that contributed to the world financial crisis and is believed to be costing the Irish economy an additional €3 billion each year in lost revenues and foreign investment.
Dublin, 19 September 2008 -
THE NGO Workshops (Dublin, June, July and September 2008) Irish Aid Volunteering and Information Centre, O’Connell St, Dublin 1
With Simon Devilly, Journalist and former producer RTÉ. The second workshop on the topic of communications and corruption will benefit practitioners with an interest in the current debate around corruption in development and the developing world.
Dublin, 14 September 2008 - Seminar Room 3.19, School of Business, Trinity College Dublin
With Kulan Amin, TI’s Programme Manager on Poverty and Development. Aimed at NGO professionals and policy advisors, the purpose of the workshop is to take stock of where Civil Society has come in promoting accountability in development and aid over the past year and to discuss how Irish Civil Society build on these achievements.
"The C-Word - Communicating Corruption to Different Audiences - Introduction to Strategy"
Dublin, 1 July 2008 - TI is one of five NGOs fighting corruption in the management of the world’s most important resource.
Dublin, 1 July 2008 - With Simon Devilly, Journalist and former producer RTÉ.
"Humanitarian Risk Mapping" with Roslyn Hees
TI/TCD Workshop, Dublin - 24 June 2008
Dublin, 13 June 2008 - Roslyn Hees, Senior Advisor at Transparency International will lead a workshop for development NGOs on the implementation of TI’s Corruption Risk Mapping Project.
Dublin, 29 May 2008 - TI Ireland and TCD School of Business are hosting three day-long anti-bribery training workshops for business this June, September 2008 and January 2009.
Dublin, 2 April 2008 - The 2008 Annual General Meeting of Transparency International Ireland will be held on Thursday 3 July from 6pm to 7pm at Buswells Hotel, Molesworth St, Dublin 2.
Dublin, 10 February 2008 - The first of four anti-corruption training workshops for non-governmental organisation.
Dublin, 15 January 2008 - The Business Workshops 9.30am to 4pm
1 July 2008
8 September 2008
6 January 2009
Dublin, 2 July 2007 - The third of three seminars for development agencies will focus on strengthening accountability in partner countries and opportunities for civil society to contribute to the promotion of public participation in decision making. Led by Kulan Amin, TI’s Programme Manager for Poverty and Development, the session will draw from TI’s recently published discussion paper on Poverty, Aid and Corruption which is available here.
Dublin, 11 June 2007 - The final workshop in the series will introduce participants from business groups and senior management to the only online anti-corruption tool available at no charge for businesses operating in countries with weak rule of law.
Dublin, 11 May 2007 - TI/TCD Breakfast Workshop
This workshop introduces board members, senior managers, professionals and business representatives to TI’s core anti-bribery programme for international business.
TI/TCD Workshop, Dublin - 11 May 2007
Dublin, 23 April 2007 - The second of TI Ireland's Executive Education seminars for Development Agencies will look at the prevention of corruption in humanitarian relief and reconstruction efforts. The session will draw largely from TI's work with the Overseas Development Institute and the Christian Michelsen Institute on Corruption Risk Mapping for Humanitarian Assistance.
Dublin, 11 June 2006 - TI/TCD Breakfast Workshop - 11 June, 7.30am to 9am
TI’s Bribe Payers Index shows that the infrastructure sector is the most vulnerable to corruption worldwide. This session introduces TI UK’s Infrastructural Programme, a core element of TI’s private sector strategy. Further information on this programme is available at www.anticorruptionforum.org.uk
Dublin, 26 May 2006 - The 2007 Annual General Meeting of Transparency International Ireland will be held on Tuesday 22 May from 6pm to 7pm at Buswells Hotel, Molesworth St, Dublin 2.
It will be followed by a presentation from John Devitt on the preliminary findings of the National Integrity System (NIS) Study.
Dublin, 13 March 2006 - Numerous tribunals, conventions, laws and institutions have been established in Ireland and around the world to fight corruption. Yet corruption is perceived to be as prevalent as ever. If this is so, then what is being done and more importantly, what more needs to be done?
An expert panel, chaired by RTE's Rodney Rice, will discuss the impact that reform has had on levels of corruption in Ireland and elsewhere during an evening seminar titled Global Corruption, Global Response on 13 March at Trinity College Dublin.
Dublin, 8 December 2004 - The Launch of TI Ireland took place at the Law Society on 8 December 2004.
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.