E-news Brief, Issue 3, Jan 2016

What have we been doing

Anti-Corruption Day 2015

Transparency Youth hosted “An Evening of Performances” in observance of International Anti- Corruption Day at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine Campus, on Wednesday 9 December, 2015.

One of the country’s leading social activists Afra Raymond delivered the keynote address entitled: The Importance of Youth Integrity and Whistle-blower Legislation. There were also sterling performances by Cecilia Salazar in the role of Gene Miles, Freetown Collective, Drama Making A Difference Company (DMAD), Lord Relator and The Two Cents Movement. Over 200 persons were in attendance, including corporate representatives, diplomats, academia, students and media. All performances spoke to issues of corruption and the importance of integrity. Watch Video.

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What have we been doing Anti-Corruption Day 2015 Transparency Youth hosted “An Evening of Performances” in observance of International Anti- Corruption Day at the University of the West Indies, St Augustine Campus, on Wednesday 9 December, 2015. One of the country’s leading social activists Afra Raymond delivered the keynote address entitled: The Importance of Youth […]
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