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TRIC Forum

Do you research corruption, anti-corruption or related issues?  Are you interested in engaging with others researching and responding to corruption from a variety of approaches?

If you answered yes to either of these questions, we encourage you to join the Transnational Research Institute on Corruption (TRIC). If you know of others who might be interested please let them know. 

TRIC is a collaborative institute based at the ANU with a mission to conduct research on corruption and ways to reduce it. TRIC comprises scholars and practitioners – including those from donors, NGOs, and multilateral agencies – who are engaged in researching and responding to corruption. While based at the Australian National University’s College of Arts and Social Sciences, TRIC has members from most departments across the university, and encourage those from other universities and organisations to join.

TRIC provides opportunities for researchers to gather together and exchange ideas, network and collaborate on projects that advance understandings of corruption.  It has hosted lectures from a range of international scholars and facilitated round table discussions among academics and policy makers.

This year, we aim to expand TRIC’s membership base. If your research touches on corruption then please consider joining us – it’s free and will provide you with an opportunity to engage with other like-minded researchers.

TRIC is holding a forum on researching corruption in developed and developing countries:

TRIC Fourm
10:30am – 12pm
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Tthe Jean Martin Room (Level 3)
Beryl Rawson Building
13 Ellery Crescent
The Australian National University

The forum will highlight some of the research of TRIC’s management.  Director, Professor Adam Graycar will be speaking on teaching and researching corruption; Katherine Hall, Deputy Director (Law) will examine developments in Transnational Anti-Corruption Law; Grant Walton, Deputy Director (Development) will present new insights from his research on citizen reporting of corruption in Papua New Guinea; Adam Masters, a researcher with TRIC, will examine corruption and sport.  We will use this occasion to gather views about how TRIC can better engage with researchers, the public and decision makers.

If you can make it, please RSVP by emailing Adam Masters by adam.masters@anu.edu.au. If you cannot attend, but are interested in joining TRIC please email Adam Masters and he will add you to the mailing list.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Kind Regards,

Professor Adam Graycar
Director
Transnational Research Institute on Corruption
 

Updated: 29 April 2015/ Responsible Officer:  Jodie Mildenhall / Page Contact:  Jodie Mildenhall