• TTTI-E-News-Brief-Issue-5-Aug-2016

    E-news Brief, Issue 5, Aug 2016

    Special General Meeting Transparency hosted its Special General Meeting on 21 July, 2016. Mr Mariano Browne, Managing Partner, Browne and Company and Executive Chairman, Elida Management Services Limited delivered the feature address entitled: Transparency, Accountability and Responsibility in the Management of the Heritage and Stabilization Fund. See link below for his presentation. The Board of […]

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  • E-news Brief, Issue 4, Mar 2016

    Anti-Corruption Conference 2016 Transparency hosted its annual Anti-Corruption Conference on Tuesday, March 8, 2016. The Conference themed “UNMASK THE CORRUPT: Governance, Integrity, People” was addressed by Dr the Honourable Keith Rowley, Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago and José Carlos Ugaz, Chairman of Transparency International, as well as distinguished local and international speakers with perspectives […]

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  • E-news Brief, Issue 2, Nov 2015

    What we have been doing Youth Integrity Workshops Transparency Youth completed a series of Youth Integrity Workshops held in San Fernando, Princes Town, Los Bajos, Fyzabad, Rio Claro and Point Fortin. At these workshops the importance of integrity, morals, ethics and transparency were addressed in an interactive manner. Transparency welcomes new ALAC Interns On October […]

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  • E-news Brief, Issue 1, Oct 2015

    Transparency hosted a town hall meeting in Sangre Grande on Tuesday 29 September 6pm. President of the Joint Consultative Council for the Construction Industry (JCC), Afra Raymond called for the present government to immediately publicise all financial statements relating to the CL Financial bailout. Plenty Pepper also featured a spoken word youth speaker Derron Sandy […]

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  • Corruption Perception Index 2016

    Corruption Perceptions Index 2016

    Over two-thirds of the 176 countries and territories in this year’s index fall below the midpoint of our scale of 0 (highly corrupt) to 100 (very clean). The global average score is a paltry 43, indicating endemic corruption in a country’s public sector. Top-scoring countries (yellow in the map below) are far outnumbered by orange […]

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