[caption id="attachment_3171" align="aligncenter" width="1024"] TI-Kenya Staff showcasing some our works at the International Anti-Corruption Day 2021[/caption] Globally, the International Anti-Corruption Day has been observed on 9th December annually, since the passage of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption in 2003. The commemoration aims to raise awareness on corruption and of
This morning, jointly, the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK), Transparency International- Kenya and Amnesty International- Kenya, and in exercising our joint mandates of safeguarding the public interest, will be commenting on the following policy interventions that have a direct bearing on the citizens and accountability in Kenya.
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Press Statement by the Police Reforms Working Group – Kenya on the Basic Minimum to Guarantee Safe and Secure Electoral Environment in 2022.
We, the Police Reforms Working Group - Kenya, comprising of human rights organizations, legal entities, social justice centers, women organizations, security sector reforms associations, pressure groups as well as youth entities, having met in Mombasa from Sunday 17th to Wednesday 20th October, 2021, to consider the state of security vis
Joint statement by civil society organisations on IEBC’s preparedness in managing the 2022 general elections and emerging electoral issues.
Joint statement by civil society organisations on IEBC’s preparedness in managing the 2022 general elections and emerging electoral issues. Read more.
Transparency International Kenya launches campaign watch portal to monitor the use of state resources in election campaigns.
Nairobi-Kenya, 10th September 2021: Transparency International Kenya (TI-Kenya) has today launched an online portal dabbed ‘Campaign Watch’, a platform to collect reports from the public on the use of state resources during the campaigns for the 2022 general elections and beyond. Read the full press release here.
Nairobi, 24th August 2021: Transparency International Kenya (TI-Kenya) has today launched a report-“ My Leader, My Choice: Citizens’ Perception of Ethical Leadership in Kenya”. The report details findings of a survey conducted by TI-Kenya to establish citizens’ perceptions, attitudes and opinions on ethical leadership, as espoused in Chapter Six of the Constitution
As the political campaign season heats up, various economic approaches have been proposed and dominated Kenya’s political lexicon lately, with presidential aspirants and their proponents promising a panacea to the trouble bedeviling the country’s economy. One of the key missing pieces in this conversation is solutions they will proffer to
Address By Mrs Bernadette Musundi, Chair of the Board of Directors, Transparency International Kenya, During The Launch Of The Strategic Plan On 29th November 2017
The Chief Guest, the Ambassador of Sweden to Kenya, H.E Anna Jardfelt Members of Transparency International Kenya, Members of the Board of Directors All Invited Guests, Ladies and Gentlemen Good Morning It is a great honour to address you as we launch Transparency International Kenya’s Strategic Plan for the period 2017 to 2022. I