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Diminishing public trust? Pushback against ICAC?
Recent amendments to the Independent Commissioner against Corruption Act in South Australia have narrowed definitions of misconduct, maladministration and corruption reducing the ICAC’s powers. This pushback is examined in this webinar. Had the ICAC over-reached? Did it need its wings clipped? Or might something else have been in play?
These questions are explored by a distinguished panel moderated by Professor Lisa Hill, a world authority on democracy and political behaviour. Speakers include two former Supreme Court judges and the Director of the Stretton Institute.

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Oct 20, 2021 12:30 PM in Adelaide

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Speakers

Professor Lisa Hill
Professor of Politics @The University of Adelaide
Professor Lisa Hill is a world authority on democracy and political behaviour and she will be moderating this webinar.
Stephen Charles AO QC
@The Centre for Public Integrity
Stephen Charles AO QC is a former judge who served on the Victorian Court of Appeal between 1995 - 2006. He is a leading expert on political integrity, advising the Baillieu Government on the establishment of Victoria's IBAC, and advocating for the establishment of a National Integrity Commission. He is a board member of the Accountability Round Table and the Centre for Public Integrity.
Professor Adam Graycar
Director, Stretton Institute @The University of Adelaide
Adam Graycar is Professor of Public Policy at the University of Adelaide and Director of the Stretton Institute. His latest books are Handbook on Corruption, Ethics and Integrity in Public Administration (2020) and Understanding and Preventing Corruption (2013)
Anthony Whealy QC
@The Centre for Public Integrity
Anthony Whealy QC is a former judge who served on the NSW Court of Appeal from 2000-2012. He has extensive experience working with integrity agencies, including as former Assistant Commissioner to NSW ICAC and Chair of the NSW Crime Commission. He is the Chair of the Centre for Public Integrity.