Do Right Champions

Do Right Champions
The Integrity Commission of Trinidad and Tobago, in fulfilment of the corporate mandate to carry out programmes of Public Education to foster an understanding of the standards of Integrity, has provided opportunity for Persons in Public Life as well as students of Primary and Secondary Schools to be more aware of issues related to Integrity and the behaviour it engenders.

 Our passion continues to be “Do The Right Thing Always.”  The Commission’s major communication focus has been on engaging students of Primary and Secondary Schools – and their teachers – on issues of Integrity and ethics through an initiative in Writing (Language Arts) and the Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA).

The “Do Right Champions” School Competition, launched for the first time in 2011, has now become a permanent part of the Commission’s calendar and continues to receive positive reviews and support from School Principals, Teachers, Students and Parents. The “Do Right Champions” Competition formed part of the Commission’s mandate to “carry out programmes of public education intended to foster an understanding of the standards of integrity.” The Ministry of Education and the Tobago House of Assembly continue to work together with the Commission on the competition. Their unwavering support contributes significantly to the success of our competition.