Launched in February 2018, the Transparency International Professional Supporters (TIPS) Network is a volunteer network of professionals, academics and students who are engaged in the anti-corruption sphere and support to advocacy and outreach efforts of Transparency International UK (TI-UK).
Today, the TIPS Network comprises over 550 individuals from more than a dozen fields (including law, consulting, accounting, finance, technology, industry, academia). Joining the growing TIPS community presents a unique opportunity to further your learning and engage with people in the anti-corruption space.
The TIPS Network is advised by TI-UK staff and independently managed by the TIPS Managing Committee, which comprises individuals from 3 Hare Court, Access Partnership, Ankura, FTI Consulting, Highgate, JS Held, Kroll, Mayer Brown, Mountford Chambers, Pinkerton, Unilever and the University of Sussex.
Please note: TIPS is run in support of the UK chapter of TI, Transparency International UK. All activities undertaken by and under the auspices of TIPS will take place in the UK.
What we do
The TIPS Network (i) educated those within and beyond the network about TI-UK's mission and facilitates discussion around corruption-related matters; and (ii) supports TI-UK's long-term mission through advocacy within and beyond our networks.
We do this by engaging influencers, raising awareness and inspiring young professionals through our core initiatives: Advocacy, Events and outreach.
Read the snapshots of our initiatives below to learn more.
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We educate and upskill TIPS members on TI-UK’s work and anti-corruption issues.
We encourage TIPS members to use their existing networks to educate others in this area.
We encourage TIPS members to draft articles and blogposts (including "One Minute Reads") relating to anti-corruption issues.
We convene monthly networking drinks or virtual talks with a corruption-related discussion focus for TIPS members to promote shared learning and to strengthen our network.
We arrange speaker and panel events for the TIPS network.
We promote events (including TI-UK events) likely to be of interest to TIPS members.
We arrange panel discussions and debates at universities to educate future leaders on anti-corruption topics.
We run a mentorship programme to connect and develop TIPS members.
We educate others about the work and mission of TI-UK.