Public Education Visits

Regional and International Cooperation
The Integrity Commission of Trinidad and Tobago has had the distinguished opportunity to host representatives from the Turks and Caicos Integrity Commission and the Ethics Secretariat of Tanzania for the purpose of two study visits.  
Both groups use the Trinidad and Tobago Integrity Commission for regional best practice and have agreed that the experience and exposure gained from the visits will assist them to build a solid foundation for their respective Commissions.
The groups have revealed that the attachment provided a solid capacity building opportunity that is crucial to the sustainable delivery of their mandates.
The Integrity Commission of Trinidad and Tobago is always delighted to share knowledge and believe these visits will provide important opportunities to transfer information and expertise on policy, programmes and ‘best practices’ while fostering and maintaining friendly relations with regional and international organizations.

Annual UWI Students Visit the Integrity Commission
Since 2012, students from the University of the West Indies (UWI) make an annual visit to the office of the Integrity Commission during the month of October.  
The students are enrolled in levels 2 and 3 undergraduate course called Anti-Corruption Strategies in Developing Countries.  Anti-Corruption Strategies in Developing Countries examines corruption from a developing world perspective and is an essential module in the B.Sc. Public Sector Management (Special) Degree at the UWI. 
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