Bula Vinaka, Namaste, and Welcome to TI Fiji


Transparency International (TI) Fiji is an independent, non-government and non-partisan organisation dedicated to promoting a culture of zero corruption. Our core values include transparency, accountability, integrity, honesty, courage and solidarity.

TI Fiji works with citizens, schools, and community and government organisations, and provides them with information, tools, skills, training and confidence to better understand and fight corruption. TI Fiji engages with citizens and groups via specialized workshops, outreach activities, school visits, media engagement, social media networks, membership drives, and one-on-one discussions.

Visit Our projects to learn more about our current and previous projects and activities.

TI Fiji welcomes individuals, families and organizations from all walks of life to join the fight against corruption by becoming a member or by supporting our various initiatives. Visit Contact TI Fiji if you would like to know more about being active in the fight against corruption, or if you require further information. 

We invite you to say "YES!" to integrity and "NO!" to corruption.







Latest News

Youth Leaders formulate mechanisms to strengthen Governance and Accountability structures
Thursday, 30 October 2014
80 Youth leaders from the Naitasiri and Bau divisions of the Fiji Methodist Church convened at Navuso Village Hall over the Diwali weekend to discuss ways of strenghtening their governance and management of their respective youth groups

FIJI DAY CELEBRATION 2014
Thursday, 9 October 2014
THIS week, we will mark Independence Day, 44 years ago -- when Prince Charles, representing Her Majesty the Queen, presented to Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara, the constitutional documents of Independence, at Albert Park in Suva.

Make rules to support trust
Thursday, 9 October 2014
TI Fiji was invited to speak at a Panel Discussion in Galoa Village, Serua on 25 September 2014. Recognising that Corruption was a threat to peace and stability, the youth were given insight into how this transition to making and maintaining peace could be achieved.


 




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