• Governance in Public Office

    Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute (TTTI) has observed with concern, the unfolding series of events surrounding claims of sexual…


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  • Deadline to Legislation to Combat Corruption

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  • Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) – Latin America & Caribbean

    The Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) – Latin America & Caribbean survey released today by Transparency International, reveals that despite…


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  • Release the Information

    Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute (TTTI) strongly supports the call of Justice Seepersad for the Colman Commission of Inquiry…


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  • Legislation to combat corruption

    After approximately two and a half years, the Civil Asset Recovery and Management and Unexplained Wealth Bill, 2019 was…


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  • 2019 TTTI Conference Welcome Address by Dion Abdool

    On behalf of the Board of Directors of the Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute and Transparency International, it is…


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  • Removal of the AICB from under Ministry of the Attorney General

    TTTI calls for the removal of the Anti-corruption Investigations Bureau (ACIB) from under the purview of the Ministry of…


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  • Win Cash Prizes in our 20th Anniversary Essay Writing Competition

    The Trinidad & Tobago Transparency Institute (TTTI) the local chapter of Transparency International is holding an anti-corruption essay competition…


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  • Vacancy: Business Integrity Research Assistant

    Vacancy Business Integrity Research Assistant Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute (TTTI) is seeking to recruit three (3) full time Research Assistants…


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  • Anti-Corruption Conference 2017

    Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute (TTTI), the local chapter of Transparency International (TI) will host its annual Anti-Corruption Conference (ACC) on Thursday 28th September, 2017 at the Hilton Trinidad. Dr. Hugette Labelle, former Chair of Transparency International, and Mr. Reginald Dumas, former head of the Public Service and former Chair of TTTI, will be key speakers. Mr. Stephen Williams, Commissioner of Police will also deliver an address entitled, Dealing with White Collar Crime, Successes and Challenges. The Conference, with a theme Breaking free from a 'Culture of Corruption,' will feature distinguished international, regional and local speakers with perspectives on breaking free from corruption. The Conference promises to be a most stimulating event which includes an informal and interactive 'couch conversation' as well as a youth debate to foster greater audience participation.  At a time when Trinidad & Tobago is seriously challenged by high levels of crime, we must break free from corruption and demand more rigorous governance so that monies intended for national development are not whittled away by corrupt practices. Make a Payment via ChequeSend 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 TransferUse the following information to remit payment with a Bank Transfer: Bank: Republic Bank Limited, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and TobagoSwift Address: RBNKTTPXBranch: Tunapuna WestAccount No: 350118837501Account Holder: Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute Submit Proof of PaymentSend 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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