Our Work

What we have done

  • Building popular awareness of the need for Campaign Finance Reform legislation
  • Increased attention by Transparency International, the main international civil society organization involved in the combat of corruption to issues of integrity in Jamaica.
  • The enhancement of training of officials in public sector anti-corruption institutions

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What we have done

What we are doing

  • Making the public more aware of the need for Campaign Finance Reform
  • Upgrading the training of prosecutors, police officers and others involved in combatting corruption
  • Strengthening relationships to build integrity and to combat corruption with key internal and external partners

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What we have done

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Build Integrity

The World Bank estimates that in Jamaica, ineffective governance of our tax system has reduced tax revenue by an estimated 20%.

The enemies of effective governance – SECRECY, LACK OF INFORMATION, ABSENCE OF ACCOUNTABILITY.

The foundation principles of effective governance – OPENNESS, TRANSPARENCY AND ACCOUNTABILITY.

Corruption is a key element in economic under performance and a major obstacle to poverty alleviation and development.

2010 Don Anderson Poll found that Jamaicans for the first time perceived corruption as “that thing that was most wrong with Jamaica”.

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Corruption & You

The Effects of Corruption

  • It undermines democracy and the rule of law
  • It hurts the poor disproportionately by diverting funds intended for development
  • It is a major obstacle to poverty alleviation and development
  • It feeds inequality and injustice

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What can you do

You can help reduce the incidence of corruption in Jamaica by Becoming a volunteer, Reporting corrupt activity that you know about, by following us on Facebook and Twitter and talking about corruption with your friends and family.

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