Several members of Grenada’s Integrity Commission joined other Commonwealth Caribbean Commissions and representatives of the Commonwealth Secretariat at the 2nd meeting of the Commonwealth Caribbean Association of Integrity Commissions & Anti-Corruption Bodies, in Trinidad and Tobago from 29 February to 4 March 2016.
The Association’s first Conference was successfully held in St George, Grenada. Following that Conference, 3 Grenadian Integrity Commissioners were chosen to be members of the Executive Committee of the historic regional organization. They are the outgoing Executive, Justice Dame Monica Joseph, Chairman; Mrs Daniella Williams-Mitchell, Secretary; and Mr Robert Robinson, Treasurer. The meeting was attended by Lady Avril Anande Trotman–Joseph, Deputy Chairman of Grenada’s Integrity Commission.
Some of the topics discussed at the conference were The Current Landscape – Opportunities and Challenges for the Commonwealth Caribbean Association of Integrity Commissions & Anti-Corruption Bodies, The Media and the Whistle Blower, and Fostering Integrity as part of Culture in the Caribbean.
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