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Cameshia’s Courage – District Constable Fights 16 Years To Prove She Was Unjustly Dismissed

It was a 16-year-long battle, but Cameshia Gardener was convinced that she had been unfairly treated and was prepared to fight as long as necessary for […]

March 11, 2020

Tracking Corruption And Arresting The Corrupt

The Gleaner’s ‘Tracking Corruption’ investigations, in partnership with the National Integrity Action (NIA), provide new evidence to support the view of the majority of our people […]

March 9, 2020

Key Players In Petrojam Scandal Should Be Concerned – Sources – Report Into The State-Owned…

A report that is now before the Integrity Commission has seemingly made a number of “adverse recommendations” involving key players in the multimillion-dollar scandal that was […]

February 23, 2020

Corruption Laws Must Bite, Say Watchdogs – NIA, JAMP Blame Enforcement, Accountability Failures For Perception…

The failure of successive administrations to simply enforce laws enacted to combat corruption has been held up as one of the reasons almost seven out of […]

February 17, 2020

Corruption A Real Threat To Jamaica’s Democracy – Holness

Prime Minister Andrew Holness says the scourge of corruption is a real threat to Jamaica’s democracy. He was delivering a lecture on the State of Jamaica’s […]

February 13, 2020

Run With Auditor General’s Leads – Anti-Corruption Advocate Wants Law-Enforcement Agencies To Scrutinise Departments’ Reports

A civil society group says it is not averse to the idea of introducing legislative changes to allow Auditor General Pamela Monroe Ellis to send her […]

February 13, 2020

Private Sector, Corruption Watchdogs Hail Christie’s Return

National Integrity Action (NIA), the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ), and the Jamaica Accountability Meter Portal (JAMP) have welcomed the appointment of Greg Christie to […]

February 13, 2020

NIA rejects claim it influenced Jamaica’s Corruption Perceptions Index drop

National Integrity Action has rubbished allegations that it is behind Jamaica’s fall in the Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) released yesterday by Transparency International.

January 27, 2020

Munroe: Ja Could Slip Or Stagnate On Corruption Index – NIA Boss Says Not Enough…

Jamaica’s foremost anti-corruption non-governmental organisation, National Integrity Action (NIA), believes the country could further slip on Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index (CPI) or stand still when […]

December 11, 2019