Electoral Integrity Project

The project titled “Ensuring Electoral Integrity in the Electoral Process through Independent Election Observation and Remedial Action” was designed by TISL to contribute towards a free and fair Parliamentary election by increasing citizens’ understanding of democratic rights and civic responsibilities and advocate for stronger measures to ensure electoral integrity through short and long term election observation and remedial action.

TISL is the main applicant of the project implementation while PAFFREL and CaFFE are working as the sub recipient of this project. All three organizations are responsible to deploy the proposed activities and all activities are supporting to achieve the overall objectives of the project. The areas of focus include election monitoring, voter education, media training on election reporting, strengthening electoral practices and regulations, increasing women’s participation in politics and contributing to ongoing governance discourse. The project is financially supported by the European Union.


Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) together with the Bar Association Sri Lanka (BASL) conducted a debate and panel discussion entitled “The Electoral Reform Debate in Sri Lanka” on 26th July at the BASL auditorium. The aim of this debate was to consider the different options proposed by way of electoral … Read More

Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) facilitated a workshop for women in politics in Sri Lanka under the Electoral Integrity project which is funded by the European Union. The objective of the workshop was to identify priorities areas for women to be compiled as a constitution submission to be handed over … Read More

Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) supports a series of workshops for rural women’s groups in Galle on compiling recommendations for a written submission that was submitted to the Public Representations Committee (PRC)

Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) supported the Rural Women’s Front (RWF) – Galle in organizing a series of 10 … Read More

Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) with support from the European Union held People forum Discussion on 14th February 2016 in Hatton. This discussion was organized to address marginalize community in upcountry to address their political  and Electoral submissions and also assist in facilitating the compilation of recommendation of the participants … Read More

Transparency International Sri Lanka conducted a press conference on 25th January 2016 under the project titled to Ensuring Electoral Integrity in the Electoral Process through Independent Election Observation and Remedial Action to communicate key messages about the declaration of assets and liabilities act, the forthcoming Local Government Elections and the … Read More

With support from the European Union, Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL), AFRIEL Youth Network, Vavuniya Divisional Secretariat and Registrar Department cooperated in identifying people who possess no minimum documents for applying for NIC and, therefore, their voting rights deprived. This programme was organized for facilitating the process of completing voter … Read More