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  • Avert Rohingya crisis

    TIB condemns UN for failing to avert Rohingya crisis

    Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) strongly condemns the failure of the United Nations to act upon a report of an independent expert it commissioned before the Myanmar military crackdown on Rohingyas in Rakhine.

  • Graft, rights violation continuing: TIB

    Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) has said that despite various efforts, corruption and violation of human rights is continuing in the country.

  • Migrant workers still victims of 'visa trade'

    It is shocking to know that despite the government's efforts to fix the cost of getting a migrant worker visa, brokers are still exploiting workers, extracting huge sums.

  • Misuse of climate funds

    Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) released a report on January 23 stating that due to lack of good governance, projects are approved for areas that are less endangered than others.

  • TIB's report on public universities

    Transparency International Bangladesh's (TIB) report on recruitment of lecturers in as many as 13 public universities makes for grim reading.

  • Significant progress in RMG safety

    The Transparency International's Bangladesh chapter (TIB) has termed the work done over the last three years by the readymade garments (RMG) sector on improving safety standards as “revolutionary”.

  • TIB lauds safety standard at garment industries

    Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) yesterday lauded the improvements in the safety standard at readymade garment industries in Bangladesh and termed the development “revolutionary”.

  • TIB lauds safety measures for RMG workers

    Transparency International Bangladesh has lauded the improvement of the safety standard at ready-made garment industries and termed the development “revolutionary”.

  • TIB findings baseless, say RMG makers

    Rejecting the TIB findings on garment supply chain, apparel makers yesterday said the report of Transparency International Bangladesh is baseless and it intends to damage the sector's image.

  • BGMEA rejects TIB report

    Rejecting TIB findings on garment supply chain, garment makers today said the report is baseless and intentional to damage the image of the sector.

  • RMG supply chain plagued by graft

    The supply chain of the garment industry, the country's biggest export earner, is plagued by irregularities and corruption for which global apparel buyers are also responsible, according to a report of Transparency International Bangladesh.

  • TIB concerned over Rooppur nuke plant’s safety

    Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) expresses concerns over safety and reliability of Russian nuclear reactors to be set up at Rooppur nuclear power plant project.

  • Don't shoot the messenger

    The proposal by a parliamentary committee to scrap the registration of Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) for a “derogatory” remark on parliament is rather surprising.

  • JS body for scrapping TIB registration

    A parliamentary body recommends that the authorities scrap registration of TIB for making what it termed “derogatory comments about the parliament”.

  • TIB hails JS talk on ‘Parliament Watch’

    Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) considers the Jatiya Sangsad’s discussion on its report ‘Parliament Watch’ as positive and recognition of its works.

  • MPs slam TIB for its statement over JS

    Several treasury and opposition bench lawmakers calls upon the Speaker of the parliament to summon Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) to the Privilege Committee of the House to grill the anti-corruption watchdog for its derogatory remarks about the parliament.

  • Nasim demands TIB apology for report on parliament

    Health Minister Mohammad Nasim blasts Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) and demands that the organisation apologise for its statements on the parliament and elections.

  • Positive changes in JS, but effectiveness under question: TIB

    TIB's parliament watch study reports positive changes but says expected effectiveness was under question most of the time. The positive changes include average meeting duration, time spent while passing a law, and increase in the average attendance of parliament members on workdays and decline in quorum crisis on average.

  • Women pay more bribes than men in land offices: TIB

    Women are paying more bribes than men for availing services at land offices, a Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) report says.

  • Govt employees involved in question leak: TIB

    TIB says it has found involvement of govt employees, coaching centres and private stakeholders in public examination question leak.

  • TIB urges govt to take effective steps against corruption

    Transparency International Bangladesh calls upon government, political leaders and members of civic society to initiate effective and long term steps to uproot corruption from the society.

  • JP suffering from identity crisis: TIB

    Transparency International Bangladesh says Jatiya Party has been suffering from identity crisis as an opposition in the parliament.

  • AL men resorted to vote-rigging in city polls: TIB

    Citing that ruling Awami League men resorted to “massive” vote-rigging during April 28 city corporation elections, TIB says the elections were not held in free, fair and impartial manner.

  • TIB urges for congenial atmosphere for free media

    Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) urges the government and other stakeholders to create a congenial atmosphere where media can play their role freely and impartially.

  • TIB terms city polls embarrassing

    Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) terms the Dhaka and Chittagong city corporation elections questionable and embarrassing in national and international level.

  • Why only Tk 19 crore disbursed for Rana Plaza victims?

    ACCORDING to the anti-graft watchdog, Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB), Tk 108 crore of the Tk 127 crore deposited into the Prime

  • Rana Plaza collapse

    Rana Plaza: Tk 108cr PMO fund unused, says TIB

    Transparency International Bangladesh points out lack of transparency and dillydallies in the disbursement of the fund for victims of the Rana Plaza collapse, the world’s largest workplace disaster.

  • Rural women's double jeopardy

    JUST how vulnerable the village women are to harassment, coercion and graft while seeking justice or claiming other entitlements has been brought to bold relief by a TIB study.