The Anti-Corruption Agenda

Grenada’s Integrity Commission, as a member of the Caribbean Association of Integrity Commissions and Anti-Corruption Bodies (CCAICACB), will join other Commonwealth Caribbean Countries at the 3rd Annual Conference, of the CCAICACB, Pegasus Hotel, Kingston, Jamaica, from April 23 – 28, 2017.

The Commonwealth Secretariat, London, United Kingdom, established the Association during the Inaugural Conference which was hosted by Grenada in 2015.

Since the inauguration of the CCAICACB Grenada holds three positions on the Executive namely Justice Dame Monica Joseph succeeded by Lady Avril Anande Trotman-Joseph, Chairman; Mrs. Daniella Williams-Mitchell, Secretary; Mr. Robert Robinson, Treasurer.

Mr. Bertie Hill, Member of Grenada’s Integrity Commission and representative of Evangelical Churches, is Grenada’s country delegate.

The theme for this year’s Conference is “The Anti-Corruption Agenda: – Today, Tomorrow, The Region and Beyond”.

The overarching objectives of the CCAICACB Conferences are to provide a regional and international forum for delegates to share experiences and exchange ideas, best practices and trends in our anti-corruption efforts in the Caribbean.

During the Conference, the Business Agenda of CCAICACB will be discussed, presentations will be delivered on “Whistle Blowing”, “Parameters and Inputs for the Transparency International Ranking- the Caribbean Experience”, “Achieving the individual and collective Objectives: Transnational Collaboration”.

Each participating Country is expected to deliver a Country Paper highlighting their progress, trends and best practices in the fight against Corruption.

The Commonwealth Secretariat has been the sponsor of the CCAICACB Conference for the past three years. Other Commonwealth Caribbean countries including Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Jamaica, Turks and Caicos, and Trinidad and Tobago and Regional Organisations, have confirmed their attendance.

(Submitted by the Office of the Integrity Commission of Grenada)

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