• TTTI Report on Activities

    Report on Activities: November 2018 – December 2019

    This report outlines the activities of Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute (TTTI), the national chapter of Transparency International (TI), between its Nineteenth and Twentieth Annual General Meetings. The Board of Directors focused its activities on the Institute’s Strategic Plan 2017 – 2020 titled “Mandate of Hope.”

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  • AGM at the Transparency Institute

    On 19 December 2019, Trinidad and Tobago Transparency (TTTI) held its 20th Annual General Meeting. At the meeting, TTTI expressed concern that the full operationalisation of the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Property Act was still outstanding and it was almost the end of 2019. The Institute also drew attention to the urgent need […]

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  • E-news Brief, Issue 16, Nov 2019

    Special General Meeting (SGM) TTTI hosted its Special General Meeting on September 19, where Mr. Moonilal Lalchan, Procurement Regulator and Chairman of the Board of Procurement Regulation, delivered an engaging and informative feature address. Entitled Unveiling the Public Procurement and Disposal of Public Property Act 2015 the presentation can be viewed here. The Office of […]

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  • Governance in Public Office

    Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute (TTTI) has observed with concern, the unfolding series of events surrounding claims of sexual harassment and wrongful termination involving a former Minister of Sport and his personal assistant. From the information available in the public domain, it appears that from the start the decision-making in this very serious issue involved […]

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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 attempts to combat corruption around the world, more than half of all people in 18 Latin American and Caribbean countries think corruption is getting worse in their country and that governments are not doing enough to […]

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