Welcome to the Members’ page for the Corruption Working Group. Here you will find tools and resources to assist you in progressing working group projects.

Contact List

If you would like to get in touch with Working Group members, please contact the PILON Secretariat.

CountryNamePositionOrganisation
NauruKerryn Kwan (co-chair)Principal Government LawyerDepartment of Justice and Border Control
NauruJay Udit (co-chair)Secretary for Justice and Border ControlDepartment of Justice and Border Control
American SamoaFainu'ulelei Falefatu Ala'ilima-UtaAttorney GeneralAttorney General’s Office
AustraliaMeg RudderSenior Legal OfficerAttorney General’s Department
AustraliaSarla HallockLegal OfficerAttorney General’s Department
Cook IslandsGraham LeungSolicitor GeneralCrown Law Office
Cook IslandsJana EpatiCrown CounselCrown Law Office
FSMHon Joses GallenSecretary for Justice/Attorney GeneralDepartment of Justice
PalauErnestine RengiilAttorney GeneralOffice of the Attorney General
PNGJosephine Advent PitmurDeputy Secretary for JusticeDepartment of Justice
RMIBernard AdiniwinActing Attorney GeneralOffice of the Attorney General
Solomon IslandsRachel Olutimayin Director of Public ProsecutionsOffice of the Director Public Prosecutions
Solomon IslandsAndrew KelesiDeputy Director of Public ProsecutionsOffice of the Director Public Prosecutions

Draft documents

 

Published resources

Please visit the Digital Library to download this Working Group’s published documents.

Learning resources

“PILON Corruption and Cybercrime Working Group Webinar” Link

Whistleblower protection: Webinar 3: Practical advice on setting up a whistleblower policy and reporting mechanisms

The Pacific Islands Law Officers’ Network (PILON) Corruption Working Group is pleased to present the third (and final) webinar in our series on Whistleblower Protection. This webinar is entitled Practical advice on setting up a whistleblower policy and reporting mechanisms and is presented by Dr Ashley Savage, an UN-PRAC consultant who specialises in good governance with a particular focus on whistleblowing as a tool to combat corruption. The webinar also features opening remarks by Mr Ronald Talasasa (Director of Public Prosecutions, Nauru) and graphics by Mr Martin Ackerly.

The views expressed in this presentation are those of the presenter and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of PILON, or any one PILON member country or government agency.

If you have any questions or comments, please contact pilon@pilonsec.org.