Since its inception about a decade ago, TISL has been working with different stakeholders in its journey towards a society free of corruption in Sri Lanka. Youth as an energetic and vibrant section of society could play a significant role in combating against corruption. Having recognized their important role TISL commissioned a Youth Integrity Survey as part of the cross country survey initiated by Transparency International. The other participating chapters in the survey are Fiji, Indonesia and South Korea. The survey was carried out by the Open University with support from the National Youth Services Council and its findings will help us to understand the current integrity levels of Sri Lankan youth. A sample of 1004 youth was selected from ten districts covering all the provinces in the country and 1012 adults also took part in the survey as a control group.