Our aims in having members are:

  1. To broaden the reach of our communications, in line with our objects of generating public debate about, and improve the standards of accountability, honesty, probity, transparency, anti-corruption systems and measures and democratic practice in all parliaments and governments in Australia
  2. To have a body of people with an interest in accountability issues with whom we can consult
  3. To identify and cultivate leaders within our membership groups for future succession planning
  4. To encourage engagement in our work and to utilise the skills and experience members have to offer

Membership application for The Accountability Round Table

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    Note: Voting Members have the right to vote at and receive notices of general meetings and can submit items of business. They have access to minutes and other documents, including the register of Members. Non-voting Members receive notices of general meetings and may attend but not vote at them.
    The objects of the Accountability Round Table are to generate public debate about, and improve the standards of, accountability, honesty, probity, transparency, anti-corruption systems and measures and democratic practice in all parliaments and governments in Australia.
    Direct transfer to: Account Name - The Accountability Round Table Ltd BSB 633000 Account number 153586946 Reference: (insert your family name) ART [e.g.: SmithART] OR By cheque made out to The Accountability Round Table Ltd and posted to Ken Coghill, Treasurer, ART, 60 Guilford Road, Surrey Hills Vic 3127
  • ART has working groups for: - Civil society engagement - Parliament & elections - Integrity systems - Financing politics - Press freedom data & privacy - The executive & public service