Transparency International India (TII) is the accredited India chapter of Transparency International, an international civil society organisation based at Berlin that has turned the fight against corruption into a worldwide movement. TII is part of the Asia Pacific forum comprising 20 nations that include China, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Maldives and others. TII is a non-government, non-party and not-for-profit organisation of Indian citizens with professional, social, industrial or academic experience seeking to promote transparent and ethical governance and to eradicate corruption.
To create a corruption-free India, so that the poor do not lose their voice to corruption.
To lead and support a committed effort to improve transparency and accountability by eradicating corruption through widening of knowdedge and catalyzing action.
Good governance, research, capacity building, communication and advocacy,
participatory monitoring, engaging with Government, private sector and NGOs
A good governance tool to help governments, businesses, and civil societies to fight corruption in public contracting and procurement.
ALAC refers to Advocacy and Legal Advice Centre. Started in 2003 by three National Chapters of TI–Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia and Romania – there are now over hundreds of ALACs operating in 62 countries, and many new countries ready to launch ALAC programmes.
A TII grassroots initiative to work towards transparent & accountable governance by training poor & marginalized rural masses, village leaders, government officials, and civil society groups to empower them to demand and access their entitlements and public services.
Are crucial to Transparency International India for our work at the grassroots. They support us and provide valuable insight into the ground realities, for the implementation of our anti corruption efforts .
For further information regarding state chapters and the process for the formation of state chapter, please see the detailed accreditation requirements. In order to contact the state chapter in your area, see the contact details.