TIPNG launches new book

The National,Monday July 4th, 2016

Transparency International Papua New Guinea (TIPNG) launched a new publication during its annual meeting in Port Moresby last week.
Families, corporate clients and  other stakeholders were there to see the book titled ‘Public Opinion Survey in Five Provinces (on the Levels and Consequences of Corruption in PNG and State and Society Response).’
TIPNG chairman Lawrence Stephen said it was another step taken to inform, educate and encourage people to take action against corruption regardless of who they were or where they came from.
He said looking back over the years of TIPNG, it was amazing to see the amount of documentations that had appeared and he was  proud that it played a vital role in addressing the issues in some organisations.
“A lot of effort has been put into trying to achieve the vision and I am encouraged by the efforts of some government organisations to engage with TIPNG as they go about improving efficiency and reducing the impact of corruption,” Stephen said.