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  • TIB’s anti-corruption cartoon exhibition underway

    Marking the International Anti-Corruption Day (December 9), Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) inaugurated their 14thAnti-

  • 5% increment not adjusted with new RMG wage board: TIB

    The latest wage board that recommended the new salary structure for the garment workers did not adjust the five per cent annual automatic increment with the basic of the new structure, the findings of the Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) say.

  • Wasa water clean!

    Dhaka Wasa managing director yesterday boasted that Wasa water “is 100 percent pure” while also admitting that sometimes he himself boils the water at his home.

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    Ensure constitutional rights of Dalits, indigenous people

    A recent TIB study shows that the Dalits and indigenous communities of the plain lands in Bangladesh have been facing widespread socio-economic discrimination, often being deprived of education, healthcare, even government's basic immunisation programmes, and employment as well as other basic human rights.

  • Unfairly treated for ethnicities

    The Dalits and indigenous communities of the plain lands in Bangladesh face widespread socio-economic discrimination because of their identities, says a study conducted by Transparency International Bangladesh.

  • Indigenous people and Dalits face discrimination

    Indigenous, Dalits face discrimination: TIB

    The indigenous people and Dalits in Bangladesh face discrimination and deprivation in their rights to basic amenities from the state, says Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB).

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    TIB slams inertia of government

    The Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) yesterday expressed deep concern over the return of several hundred female migrant

  • TIB demands judicial probe into 'shootouts'

    Transparency International Bangladesh has expressed deep concern over the killing of more than 100 people in “gunfights” during the ongoing nationwide anti-narcotics drive.

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    Parliament Watch: TIB gives clarification

    The Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) sent a clarification regarding its study report on parliament published in The Daily Star yesterday headlined "Only 24 hrs spent on lawmaking in 2017".

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    Banking Sector: TIB worried at proposal for reporting law

    Transparency International Bangladesh yesterday termed the Bangladesh Association of Banks' proposal of formulating the Bank Reporting Act as illegal and expressed deep concern over it.

  • Bangladesh on Graft Index: Slightly better, still a long way to go

    Bangladesh has moved two notches up in the global Corruption Perceptions Index of 2017, but the scale of corruption in

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    Corruption in Banks: TIB calls for forming expert committee

    Transparency International Bangladesh yesterday called for formation of an expert committee to combat irregularities, corruption and risks in the banking sector.

  • Anti-corruption cartoon and photography exhibit underway

    A cartoon and photography exhibition with the theme of anti-corruption is currently underway at the capital's Zainul Gallery (Faculty of Fine Arts, Dhaka University) as part of Transparency International Bangladesh's (TIB) continuing efforts to engage the youth in raising awareness to say no to corruption.

  • Executive Director Dr Iftekharuzzaman

    Corruption is anti-development

    Corruption is pervasive in Bangladesh, a key challenge against development and social transformation. Corruption is so deep and wide at both micro and micro levels that it threatens to become a way of life.

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    'Bribery at every step'

    Many justice seekers pay between Tk 200 and Tk 10 lakh bribe to different people during legal proceedings at lower courts, a Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) study has found.

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    Lift duty on gold import

    The Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) yesterday urged the government to gradually lift the duty on gold to free the nation from its smuggling and bring about transparency in its trade.

  • Paradise Papers: Bangladeshis' 'connection' worries TIB

    Transparency International Bangladesh has expressed grave concerns as names of several companies bearing Bangladesh's name and individuals have surfaced in the Paradise Papers.

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    TIB against taking ADB fund as loan

    The Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) has urged the government not to take financial assistance from ADB for the Rohingya

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    TIB on ACC Hearings: 3 out of 4 complaints unsolved

    About three-quarters of the complaints against 12 public service-oriented institutions filed during Anti-Corruption Commission's mass hearings have not been disposed of, a Transparency International Bangladesh report revealed yesterday.

  • 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.

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    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.

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    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”.

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    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.

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