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  • TISL to Monitor Misuse of State Property during Parliament Election 2015

    TISL to Monitor Misuse of State Property during Parliament Election 2015

    Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) will commence its Program to Protect Public Resources (PPPR) which monitors and investigates abuse and misuse of public property by political parties, candidates, officials and public institutions during the forthcoming Parliament election 2015. The Program to Protect Public Resources will be formally launched on 13th July 2015. TISL’s present initiative […]

  • TISL Conducts Study on Public service commission

    TISL Conducts Study on Public service commission

    Public Service Commission (PSC) in Sri Lanka is very critical to well-functioning public service as this institution promotes and safeguards the merit principle in recruitment, promotion, and career management of public servants. Therefore, it may be argued that the PSC is the ultimate source of accountability for the public bureaucracy and de facto a core […]

  • Internal Auditors and Investigative Officers of Southern Province Trained on Good Governance

    Internal Auditors and Investigative Officers of Southern Province Trained on Good Governance

    TISL conducted ‘Good Governance’ workshop at the Management Training Institute in Wakwella for Internal Auditors and Investigative Officers employed in all local government authorities in Galle District. The aim of the workshop was to promote transparency and accountability in governance at the Provincial level. The workshop covered varying topics including how to provide better service to […]

  • Trade Union Leaders Strive for Efficient Public Service Commission

    Trade Union Leaders Strive for Efficient Public Service Commission

    On an invitation made by Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) State sector leading Trade Union leaders participated in a two day workshop at Kaluthara to identify gaps and weaknesses of Public Service Commission (PSC) in order to improve the quality its services rendered to the hundreds of public officials in the state sector. This was […]

  • Position Paper: A REVIEW OF THE LEGAL AND POLICY FRAMEWORK PREVENTING TORTURE IN SRI LANKA

    Position Paper: A REVIEW OF THE LEGAL AND POLICY FRAMEWORK PREVENTING TORTURE IN SRI LANKA

    The right to be free from torture and inhuman and degrading treatment is a basic guarantee, recognized universally and without limitation. It is a right if assailed intrinsically affects the dignity of a person. Governance, in its processes of decision-making and implementation of policy for the benefit of the people, is regularly involved in decisions […]

  • TISL Builds Capacity on Internal Investigations

    TISL Builds Capacity on Internal Investigations

    A one-day workshop on Conducting Internal Investigations to Ensure Good Governance, organized by Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) in collaboration with the Ministry of Public Administration was held on 29th May 2015 at the Auditorium of the Ministry of Public Administration, Local Government and Democratic Governance. The Internal Investigative officers of the Ministry took part […]

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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