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.
|Date||Tuesday, Oct 26th 2010|
|Time||6.00pm to 7.30pm|
|Attendance||Free and open to the public|
|Venue||Central Hotel, Exchequer Street, Dublin, Ireland|
|Booking||Email RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01 612 7067|
- Gillian Smith (Researcher on perceptions of corruption, Dublin City University)
- John Devitt (CEO, Transparency International Ireland)
- Gary Murphy (Professor in the school of Law & Government in Dublin City University)
The Corruption Perceptions Index is published annually by Transparency International and measures international business and expert perceptions of levels of public sector corruption around the world. Our workshop contributors will offer their practical insights and experiences on what it says about Ireland; how Ireland is viewed around the world; how ethical our public officials and business people are; and what our leaders can do to improve trust in them.
This event is part of a series of TI Ireland events called ‘It’s Good to Know’. These events offer no-nonsense advice and information on how government works and how people can make a difference in making Irish society and government more open and accountable.