Category: Advocacy and Civic Engagement

Advocacy & Civic Engagement

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

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


Due to the intervention made by Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) four leading local government authorities in the Galle district were able to formulate budget proposals for th current year with the participation of the public living in the respective areas. This paved the way for projects in public demand ... Read More
March 3, 2014


Although elections are an integral part in a democracy, in Sri Lanka elections are imposed on people every year, whether they like it or not, spending billions of Rupees of tax payers' money, alleged election monitoring heads at the panel discussion organized by Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL and held ... Read More
February 17, 2014haritha


Shelter for Integrity legal arm of Transparency International Sri Lanka conducted a one day workshop for Police officers in Vanni District on 31st January 2014. At the workshop policemen were trained on anti – corruption initiatives, their active role in combating corruption. The training was held in Thampa hotel Vauniyava ... Read More
February 12, 2014



HRC join hands with TISL

Justice Priyantha Perera. Chairman - Human Rights Commission (HRC) emphasized importance of HRC working closely with Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) to eradicate corruption from Sri Lanka at a workshop jointly organised by TISL and HRC on the 27th and 28th January 2014. The workshop was held at the auditorium ... Read More
February 3, 2014