Global Anti-Corruption Convention Needs Fixing: Professor Bolongaita International
Philippine Ambassador to Australia visits Carnegie Mellon Australia Visits
The Philippine Ambassador to Australia, Her Excellency Minda Calaguian-Cruz, visited CMU Australia on 28 March 2017.
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CMU-A Holds Symposium on Tackling the Global Corruption Crisis
Professor Emil Bolongaita opened the symposium by declaring that “there is a global corruption crisis that’s being ignored by governments around the world which needs to be urgently addressed because it is sabotaging their economic reforms.” He presented the findings of his research on grand corruption at a recently conducted CMU-A Symposium on 2 December 2016.
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