Category: Research 2014-16


A study done by Transparency International Sri Lanka revealed that 95% of the General Public thinks they have an entitlement to the right to obtain information they attempt to seek but it was also  revealed that 49.6% of respondents were not aware of a right called “Right to information”. Read Full ... Read More
February 24, 2015admin


Public accountability of public finance, is one of the cardinal principles of a participatory parliamentary democracy1, which historically, in constitutional traditions are closely connected to civil liberties. As such, full control over public finance is constitutionally vested in Parliament.2 Financial oversight of the public purse is facilitated by the Committee ... Read More
July 29, 2014haritha


                  “A TISL study has claimed that women have faced the highest instances of corruption in obtaining legal services. The Police and the Judiciary need to take special note of the fact, and take preventative and remedial measures to purge their institutions. After all, they are the implementing and remedial agencies ... Read More
June 30, 2014


Dr. Udan Fernando visiting academic, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Open University of Sri Lanka said that Transparency International Sri Lanka needs to be congratulated for its commitment to speak out when a great majority is not speaking either out of fear or due to self-censorship. He said this ... Read More
June 4, 2014