Category: Advocacy and Civic Engagement

Advocacy & Civic Engagement

Objective:
Strengthen the engagement of state structures, institutions and private sector in anti-corruption and integrity

Outcomes:
1. Improved access to legal advice and services for victims and witnesses of corruption.
2. Increased youth engagement in ACI work
3. Anti-corruption state structure and process activated ensuring systemic accountability
4. Private sector adopt best practices and conduct business in line with ethical norms
5. ACI evidence based advocacy initiated
6. Increased engagement of critical stakeholders in ACI work

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Jan2014
Youths from over ten districts attended a one day training programme conducted by Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) recently under the Youth Integrity Project (YIP) at the BMICH on 22nd January 2014. They had forwarded creative and innovative ideas for implementation under the YIP The training covered topics related to bribery and ... Read More
January 30, 2014

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Jan2014

Members pledge support

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Members of the Bope Poddala Pradeshiya Saba (PS) in Galle pledged their fullest cooperation to Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) to make the local authority more transparent and accountable. They promised this when TISL conducted a training workshop to build capacity of the members of the PS. The training was conducted ... Read More
January 29, 2014

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Jan2014
Public living in Ambalangoda had a privilege to obtain services from Local Government Authority Ambalangoda Pradeshiya Saba (PS) in their doorstep without usual visit to the PS. This opportunity was received by public when the officials of the Ambalangoda PS traveled to Gonapinuwala district secretariat to conduct a Public Service ... Read More
January 27, 2014

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Jan2014
The ‘Shelter for Integrity’ – TISL's Center for Legal Advice against Corruption (ALAC) lhas opened its first Northern Province  branch office in Vavuniya. This is ALAC's fourth outstation office. The Center housed at Vairavar Kovil Rd, 2nd Cross Street, Vavuniya is operating a hotline  – (024) 2227676 – to enable the public ... Read More
January 22, 2014