Integrity

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كتب by Transparency International
Behaviours and actions consistent with a set of moral or ethical principles and standards, which serve as a barrier to corruption and help to create a system of strong institutions, laws and practices. See ‘ethics’. 40

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Example in practice
 
According to the constitution, the Integrity Commission of Trinidad and Tobago is to ensure that all public officials comply with relevant national laws. The Commission also is mandated to review thepractices and procedures of public bodies and monitor the receipt of officials’ declarations (income,assets and liabilities).41
TI-Bangladesh has been successful at substantially improving the quality and integrity of the public services delivered at the local level after introducing the concept of ‘Islands of Integrity’, community basedoversight mechanisms that cover sectors such as health, education and land administration.
 
Relevant links
 
—— Global Integrity Report.
 
—— TIRI: Making Integrity Work.
 
—— Transparency International: National Integrity System Approach.
 
—— Water Integrity Network.
 
40 Transparency International, Combating Corruption in Judicial Systems
 
Transparency International, United Nations Human Settlements Programme, Tools to Support Transparency in Local Governance (Kenya and Berlin: 2004).
“Sample Glossary NIS Terms” Craig Fagan
 
41 The Integrity Commission of Trinidad and Tobagohttp://www.integritycommission.org.tt/.