Category: Research 2014-16


Public Service Commission (PSC) in Sri Lanka is very critical to well-functioning public service as this institution promotes and safeguards the merit principle in recruitment, promotion, and career management of public servants. Therefore, it may be argued that the PSC is the ultimate source of accountability for the public bureaucracy ... Read More
July 5, 2015admin


The right to be free from torture and inhuman and degrading treatment is a basic guarantee, recognized universally and without limitation. It is a right if assailed intrinsically affects the dignity of a person. Governance, in its processes of decision-making and implementation of policy for the benefit of the people, ... Read More
June 4, 2015admin


According to a study done by Transparency International Sri Lanka, to assess citizen’s perception of the progress made in the 100 day program of the present government, 62% of the respondents stated that the government’s tackling of corruption failed to meet their expectations. Meanwhile, 32% of the respondents said that they ... Read More
April 20, 2015admin


Members of the Transparency international Sri Lanka (TISL) met with the Chamber of Commerce, Vavuniya to discuss the issues which affect owners of Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the area on the 9th of March 2015.The meeting took place in Vavuniya. This was the first step to find out the ... Read More
March 12, 2015admin