TTTI 2019 Anti-Corruption Conference Registration

Conference Information

Anti-Corruption Conference 2019:
"Crackdown on Corruption - Facing the Reality"

Date: Thursday, March 21, 2019
Registration: From 7am
Conference: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Venue: Hilton Trinidad & Conference Centre
Address: Lady Young Road, Port of Spain, Trinidad

Conference Fees

Members: $600
Non-members: $1,200
Groups Of 4 or more: $1,000 each
(includes lunch and refreshments)

About the Conference

Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute (TTTI), the national chapter of Transparency International, works for “a world in which government, politics, business, civil society and the daily lives of people are free of corruption”. TTTI seeks to fulfil its mandate through advocacy and public education on matters of corruption and 2019 marks TTTI’s 21st anniversary in leading the fight against corruption in Trinidad and Tobago.

TTTI will be hosting its annual Anti-Corruption Conference (ACC) entitled ‘Crackdown on Corruption – Facing the Reality’ on Thursday, March 21, 2019, at the Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre.

The conference is a major forum which focuses on topical issues of corruption and how to bring about change. This year’s conference will draw significant attention, as Ministers, Transparency International representatives, international experts as well as prominent local presenters will take part.

TTTI will also be launching the Business Integrity Country Agenda (BICA) Report, an initiative developed by Transparency International (TI) with a view to reducing corruption in the business environment. The report identifies the contributions and shortcomings of the business sector, public institutions and civil society which are the key players in reducing corruption.

We hope to see you there!

Speakers

The Honourable Faris Al-Rawi
Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs

Rueben Lifuka
Vice-Chair, Transparency International

Dr. Pauline Beangel
Professor, University of Toronto

Dr. Olga Binions
Policy Adviser, UK’s Government Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS)

Claudia Sanen
Transparency International, Brazil

His Excellency Tim Stew
British High Commissioner

Her Excellency Carla Hogan Rufelds
Canadian High Commissioner

Justice Frank Seepersad

Justice Melville Baird
Chairman, Integrity Commission

David West
Director, Police Complaints Authority

Susan Francois
Director, Financial Intelligence Unit

Deryck Murray
Chairman, Commonwealth Advisory Body on Sport; former Chairman, TTTI

Topics

  • International Perspectives on Confronting Corrupt Practices
  • Transparency in Elections
  • Election Campaign Financing
  • Money Laundering
  • Land and Surveying Fraud
  • Corruption in Sport
  • Police Service Accountability
  • Country Agenda Report

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Deliver a Cheque made payable to 'Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute' to the following address:

Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute,
Unit 4-12,
Building 7,
Fernandes Industrial Centre,
Laventille,
Trinidad and Tobago

Make a Payment via Bank Transfer / Direct Deposit

Use the following information to remit payment with a Direct Deposit or Bank Transfer:

Account Holder: Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute
Bank: Republic Bank Limited
Branch: Tunapuna West
Account No: 350 118 837 501

Submit Proof of Payment

Send a scan or photograph of your deposit slip or transaction receipt to admin@transparency.org.tt. You can also fax it to the Transparency Secretariat at (868) 626-0988.

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