A second workshop on corruption and anti-corruption in Solomon Islands has begun in Honiara.

Sessions this morning include an introduction to AFTC and the government's agenda on anti-corruption; and an introduction to the Solomon Islands National Integrity System by TSI Chairman Bob Pollard.

Mr Pollard will also be doing a comparative assessment of the Solomon Islands National Integrity System against the rest of the Pacific.

Another session will be on opportunities for corruption in the political sphere by the Special Secretary to the Prime Minister, John Keniapasia.

Mr Keniapasia's session will be exploring the possibilities which exist for politicians to abuse their power and make personal decisions which enrich themselves at the expense of public and national good.

The anti-corruption workshop is for two days.