Integrity 20 is over for another year. THANK YOU to our 2016 speakers and chairs, our partners, and the dedicated team of Integrity 20 staff and volunteers.
Last but not least, THANK YOU to our audience members for helping make Integrity 20’16 such a memorable few days.
Thanks so much to all who joined us for the 2016 Integrity 20 conference. We were thrilled to see so many people in the audience and greatly honoured to be joined by such outstanding speakers from Australia and around the world. Please take a moment to fill in our audience survey and help shape Integrity 20’17.read more
We invite people working in relevant areas of business, academia, government and other areas to register their interest to attend the 2016 Integrity Roundtables, a series of small group, ‘integrity roundtable’ meetings to discuss some core ethics and integrity questions generated by the 2016 Integrity 20 agenda.read more
The day was extraordinarily enlightening and passionate. Every person on stage brought something else to the table- a new point of view, an interesting story, a great passion or a new life experience to share. I would go so far as to say it is the best conference I have attended and one which I absolutely feel we need to see more of…2015 Audience Member
% of 2015 attendees who would recommend the Integrity Summit to their friends and family
Thanks so much for the opportunity to attend. It was wonderful to have the opportunity to see such quality speakers and discussions about the really big issues. My mind was buzzing last night!2015 Audience Member
The Griffith Lecture 2014 – What Global Integrity?Geoffrey Robertson
It’s absolutely critical that ethics can’t be an optional extra. It must be built in to what we do, how we do it and why we do it otherwise it’s merely electronic window dressing.Charles Sampford
This is a war over competing world views. It’s a war between western liberal democratic ideas and a particular branch of radical, political Islam. And in that war of ideas the battlefield extends to the place where the ideas themselves are prosecuted.” Peter Greste delivers the Griffith Lecture 2015Peter Greste