Parliamentary Integrity Awards 43rd Parliament 2013

Parliamentary Integrity Awards 43rd Parliament 2013

The Accountability Round Table is once again calling for nominations for two awards to mark those members of Parliament worthy of recognition for their commitment to honest, transparent and accountable government and the parliamentary system. Media release In the...

Button Award Criteria and Nomination Information

Button Award Criteria and Nomination Information

The Button Award for Ministers, Parliamentary Secretaries and Shadow Ministers and Parliamentary Secretaries. The award winner’s behaviour should be exemplary and reflect the best traditions of political service to the community. The award winner will, in the relevant...

Missen Award Criteria and Nomination Criteria

Missen Award Criteria and Nomination Criteria

The Missen Award for backbenchers
 (including independents and members of minority parties). The award winner’s behaviour should be exemplary and reflect the best traditions of political service to the community. The award winner will, in the relevant period, have...

Public Office Public Trust. Lecture 2012

Public Office Public Trust. Lecture 2012

"Public Office, Public Trust" Lecture. University of Melbourne Law School 2012. The Hon Tim Smith, QC This paper, delivered to the University of Melbourne Law School "Integrity in Government" Search Conference on 4 December 2012, is an introduction to the idea of...

Victorian By-election 2012

Victorian By-election 2012

Reform of IBAC legislation Requests to Parties 5 attachments, one attachment, being a response from the Greens and one attachment, being the response from the ALP. Download attachments Letter Hon Daniel Andrews Letter Mr Greg Barber IBAC commitment letter July 2012...

ART Proposed Code of Conduct for Parliament of Australia

ART Proposed Code of Conduct for Parliament of Australia

Accountability Round Table has sent to the Parliament of Australia, Standing Committee of Privileges and Members’ Interests, a proposal for a Code of Conduct to be adopted by all parliamentarians. We argue that the absence of such a Code has resulted in continuing...

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