G20 war on money laundering starts in Qld

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Brisbane’s G20 summit can be a turning point in the battle to stop dirty money flowing between countries – like the nearly $30 million in Russian money found recently in Gold Coast bank accounts – according to a global anti-corruption fighter to speak in Brisbane this week. Elena Panfilova, Director of Transparency International Russia, will […]

Griffith leads federal reform debate into 2014

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Griffith University is to continue the Sir Samuel Griffith Legacy Series, building on a ground-breaking forum on Australia’s Federal Future which brought senior government officials together with federalism academics to forge a reform agenda. Vice Chancellor, Professor Ian O’Connor, has announced the continuation of the series in 2014 when it will be hosted by Griffith’s […]

States should lead the way on federal reform

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Australia’s state governments should be leading the way on reform of the federal system, but the jury is out on whether they will seize the chance, according to one of Australia’s top federalism experts. Releasing new analysis from the Australian Constitutional Values Survey, Professor A J Brown of Griffith University’s Centre for Governance and Public […]