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  • Legal Clinic in Poddala

    Legal Clinic in Poddala

    Susari Sevana the legal arm of the Transparency International Sri Lanka conducted another legal clinic in Galwalagodakanda community hall in Poddala with the participation of over 65 villagers on the 16th May 2015. Rajika Wijethunge Southern Province coordinator of Legal Aid Commission and TISL’ Southern Provionce coordinator lawyer Thushani Kandilpana along with several lawyers conducted the […]

  • Immediate adoption of the Right to Information and Audit Bills

    Immediate adoption of the Right to Information and Audit Bills

    Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) calls on the Government to urgently work toward the adoption of the Right to Information (RTI) and Audit Bill, which has been approved by the Cabinet, before the Parliament is dissolved. TISL welcomes the decision made by the government not to pass these Bills as urgent bills as decided initially, […]

  • TISL Conducts Training on Election Reporting

    TISL Conducts Training on Election Reporting

    For over ten years, Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) has worked closely with Sri Lanka’s journalistic community, recognizing the sector’s vital role in promoting good governance and its function as a message multiplier. TISL has conducted number of trainings to enhance the capacity of national and regional journalists in investigative journalism. TISL has commenced another […]

  • Whistle-blower training for Matara & Galle Civil Activists

    Whistle-blower training for Matara & Galle Civil Activists

    The Shelter for Integrity, Transparency International Sri Lanka’s Legal arm conducted another  Whistle-blower training programme in Matara for civil society organisations of Matara and Galle recently. The Training programme held at the Sarvodaya auditorium in Matara The participants were encouraged to make complaints on injustices faced from Police and political interferences in water supply. They […]

  • TISL recognizes the CIABOC for its brave stand against high ranking perpetrators

    TISL recognizes the CIABOC for its brave stand against high ranking perpetrators

    Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL), the local chapter of the global movement against corruption, salutes the proactive nature in which the Commission to Investigate Allegations of Bribery or Corruption (CIABOC) is currently operating, after years of suppression and political interference. Based on an increasing number of complaints, the CIABOC has initiated several investigations and probes […]

  • TISL calls for consensus and unity among Parliamentarians to pass 19A

    TISL calls for consensus and unity among Parliamentarians to pass 19A

    Transparency International Sri Lanka urges representatives of all political parties to join hands at this crucial juncture and support the enactment of the 19th Amendment to the Constitution before the end of the 100 day program. The commitment to democracy and governance should go beyond all forms of party politics and ideologies and Parliamentarians should […]

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  • Handbook on Local Governance launched

    Handbook on Local Governance launched

    TISL launched the Handbook on Local Governance outlining the services provided by local government institutions in Sri Lanka on 12th January at the Yakkalamulla Pradesheeya Sabha – Galle District – auditorium. Titled ‘Pradeshiya Yahapalanaya’ it comprises information in Sinhala to

    January 13, 2012 | 0 comments | View Post

  • TISL releases National Integrity System Assessment 2010

    TISL releases National Integrity System Assessment 2010

    The ‘National Integrity System (NIS) study 2010, a comprehensive assessment of the legal basis for and actual practice of functioning of Sri Lanka’s key institutions responsible for preventing and curbing corruption – has just been released by Transparency International Sri

    October 31, 2011 | 1 comment | View Post