• E-news Brief, Special Issue, Sep 2018

    Launch of the School Integrity Club Project Trinidad and Tobago Transparency Institute (TTTI) in collaboration with the the Integrity Commission of Trinidad and Tobago and the National Parent Teacher Association (NPTA) launched integrity clubs in the six secondary schools involved in the project and conducted a series of trainings and meetings with the principals, teachers […]

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  • TTTI-E-News-Brief-Issue-13-Sep-2018

    E-news Brief, Issue 13, Sep 2018

    Visit from Transparency International From August 4 – 7, Transparency International – Consultant, Ms. Alessandra Fontana, visited TTTI to conduct the midterm evaluation on the “IMPACT” grant. The purpose of the evaluation was to provide an external and independent review that assesses the performance and achievements of the grant; identify weaknesses and strengths of the […]

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  • TTTI-E-News-Brief-Issue-12-Jul-2018

    E-news Brief, Issue 12, Jul 2018

    Special General Meeting – Charitable Status Following discussions with the Board of Inland Revenue on the matter of TTTI obtaining Charitable Status on May 7 2018, TTTI hosted a Special General Meeting (SGM) to amend Article 3.2 of the Bye-Laws. The members approved the amendment and Article 3.2 now reads: 3.2 For the attainment of […]

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  • TTTI-E-News-Brief-Issue-11-Mar-2018

    E-news Brief, Issue 11, Mar 2018

    Special General Meeting – Transparency and Accountability in the Energy Sector On March 22, TTTI hosted its Special General Meeting. Mr. Victor Hart, former Chair of TTTI and current Chairman of the Steering Committee of the Trinidad and Tobago Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (TTEITI) and Director, EITI International Board, delivered the feature address entitled: Transparency […]

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  • Corruption Perceptions Index 2017 shows a high corruption burden in more than two-thirds of countries

    Trinidad and Tobago’s score improved by 6 points from 35/100 (2016) to 41/100 (2017) and our position on the list of the 180 countries assessed is now 77th as compared with 101st in 2016. This is the first time in the last six surveys that Trinidad and Tobago has actually crossed the 40 point mark.

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