BTI attended the webinar session of International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA), Austria and United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime (UNDOC) joint side event in the framework of the UNGASS 2021 against corruption: Anti-Corruption Education and Research. The discussion focused on the implementation of UN General Assembly’s resolution 73/191 of 17 December 2018.

Bhutan Transparency Initiative (BTI) is happy to become a member of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption (UNCAC) Coalition. We thank the UNCAC, the only legally binding universal anti-corruption instrument, for the warm welcome, and look forward to unprecedented collaboration in combating corruption the world over. As a part of the UNCAC Ciliation prorgammes, BTI […]

Bhutan Transparency Initiative celebrated a brief ceremony recognizing three years of voluntary services of the members of two of our most valued committees, viz. Committee of Legal Experts (CLE) and Committee of Concerned Citizens (CCC) by awarding them Certificates of Engagement.We also renewed the MOUs with both the committees for another three years.BTI is grateful […]

Guided by His Majesty the King’s noble command “I will not be corrupted and I will not tolerate corruption in others”, BTI is in the process of initiating a nationwide campaign on ‘Building a Corruption Resilient Society’. We believe that if every Bhutanese adopt this noble command as one of one’s life’s purposes, our country […]

Appointment of New Executive Director Bhutan Transparency Initiative (BTI) in a small and simple tendrel ceremony, welcomed Dr. Rinzin Rinzin as the new Executive Director on the 25th of March 2021. Dr. Rinzin Rinzin is a renowned scholar/writer who has had an illustrious career and also served as a Parliamentarian in the National Council of […]