The Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission (IBAC) is partnering with the Victorian Ombudsman (VO), Victorian Auditor-General’s Office (VAGO) and the Institute of Public Administration Australia (IPAA) Victoria to convene an engaging conference to help prevent public sector corruption and strengthen integrity.
The conference will also include a special focus on police oversight and integrity issues.
The Corruption Prevention and Integrity Conference will be held at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, over two days, on 3th – 4th October 2017. The conference program and early bird registration is now available.
Specially designed for the Victorian public sector, it will bring together industry leaders and practitioners from the public, private and academic sectors to explore how our public sector can prevent corruption and strengthen integrity.
The line-up of eminent speakers for the first day of the conference and their topics includes:
- The Hon. Gavin Jennings MLC, Special Minister of State
- Stephen O’Bryan QC, Commissioner Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission, Victoria: Exposing and preventing corruption in Victoria
- Dr Anna Sergi, Lecturer in Criminology, Deputy Director Centre for Criminology, : International perspectives on corruption and integrity, exposing the links between organised crime and public-sector corruption
- Professor AJ Brown, Professor of Public Policy and Law, Griffith University: Protected Disclosures, protecting the welfare of disclosers
- Andrew Greaves, Victorian Auditor-General: Insights and learnings on integrity from the Victorian Auditor-General
- Graham Ashton, Chief Commissioner, Victoria Police: Lessons from policing in preventing corruption and strengthening integrity
- John Silvester, award winning crime writer and columnist, The Age.
For a full list of conference speakers, see the conference program. The program is being updates as speakers and topics are confirmed.
Registrations for the conference are now open and early-bird rates are available until August 31.