Dublin, 13 March 2006 - Numerous tribunals, conventions, laws and institutions have been established in Ireland and around the world to fight corruption. Yet corruption is perceived to be as prevalent as ever. If this is so, then what is being done and more importantly, what more needs to be done?
An expert panel, chaired by RTE's Rodney Rice, will discuss the impact that reform has had on levels of corruption in Ireland and elsewhere during an evening seminar titled Global Corruption, Global Response on 13 March at Trinity College Dublin.
Attendance is free but spaces are limited and anyone interested in attending should register with TI Ireland early to avoid disappointment. The seminar will be quickly followed by TI Ireland's first AGM, where TI Ireland's Board of Directors will be elected for the first time.
Membership discounts will be offered those attending the AGM and members are also welcome to nominate themselves for any position on the TI Ireland Board by notifying John Devitt. The AGM will be followd by a wine reception.
We would ask that anyone wishing to attend the seminar/AGM or serve on the board contact John Devitt at 608 3705 or firstname.lastname@example.org by lunchtime 9 March.
The event will be held at
The Printing House
Trinity College Dublin
Discussion - 6pm to 7.30pm
AGM and Reception - 7.30pm to 8pm
Monday, 13 March 2006