Australia’s leading public sector anti-corruption conference returns in 2022
Date of Publication: 12 October 2021
The Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference (APSACC) will return to Sydney in November 2022, with the call for speakers now open.
Co-hosted by the Australian Commission for Law Enforcement Integrity, the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption and the NSW Law Enforcement Conduct Commission, APSACC is the leading anti-corruption event in Australia. It attracts over 500 delegates keen to learn the latest trends, research and practices on preventing, exposing and responding to corrupt conduct and corruption risks in the public sector, including all levels of government, elected bodies, the judiciary, police and statutory bodies.
The 2022 event will feature physical and virtual participation, comprising a two-day conference of local and international leaders in corruption mitigation and exposure. The conference will include plenary sessions, discussion panels and workshops, and will also provide opportunities for developing professional networks across areas of expertise and jurisdictions.
In the continuing tradition of building a strong and engaging program, the invitation is open from today to apply for speaking opportunities at APSACC 2022. Submissions close on 9 December 2021. Presentations are encouraged from across a broad range of themes and sectors. Visit the APSACC website for information on how to submit an application.
The APSACC co-hosts are pleased to partner with the following organisations from across Australia:
- Australian Government Attorney-General’s Department
- Corruption and Crime Commission, Western Australia
- Crime and Corruption Commission, Queensland
- Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission, Victoria
- Independent Commission Against Corruption, South Australia
- Integrity Commission, Australian Capital Territory
- Integrity Commission, Tasmania
- Independent Commissioner Against Corruption, Northern Territory
- Public Sector Commission, Western Australia