• TTTI Newsletter Jul 2012

    TTTI Newsletter July 2012

    Transparency International (TI) held its Americas 2012 Regional Meeting from May 30 – June 1, 2012 at Breezes Runaway Bay, Jamaica. Representatives of National Chapters from North, Central and South America as well as Guyana, Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago converged to discuss progress made towards the achievement of the TI 2015 Strategy. The meeting […]

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  • Civil Society Accountability Summary

    Civil Society Accountability Summary & Toolkit

    It is a booklet developed by the CF and TTTI through a participatory process. It highlights practical steps, tools and templates that CSOs can use to realise accountability in daily activities and with stakeholders. It shows how civil society organisations can develop internal accountability systems. The toolkit addresses aspects of financial accountability, stakeholder participation, consistent […]

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  • Richard Joseph

    TTTI Mourns sudden death of Former Chair and Director Richard Joseph

    Trinidad & Tobago Transparency Institute (TTTI) announces with deepest sorrow the death of its Director and outgoing Chair, Richard Andre Joseph, born 30 November 1953. Mr. Joseph was totally dedicated and committed to the work of TTTI and to the fight against corruption in Trinidad and Tobago. He served as Treasurer before becoming Chair of […]

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  • City of Port of Spain

    TTTI Launches Youth Membership Drive

    Trinidad & Tobago Transparency Institute (TTTI) is reaching out to the future leaders and decision makers of our country to join its ranks and has initiated a “Youth Membership Drive”. The intention of this outreach is to promote discussion, raise awareness, and nurture a culture of transparency, accountability, good governance and integrity in our young […]

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  • Regulation Stamps

    TTTI’s Comments on Joint Select Committee Report on Public Procurement

    Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute welcomes the laying in Parliament of the Report of The Joint Select Committee Appointed to Consider and Report to Parliament on the Legislative Proposals to Provide for Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Property and the Repeal and Replacement of the Central Tenders Board Act. Over the coming days we […]

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