The Transparency Institute of Guyana Incorporated (TIGI) will be holding a march tomorrow as Guyana joins the rest of the world in observing International Anti-Corruption Day.
The march will commence at 10:00 hours from the Umana Yana site to Parliament Building.
TIGI was founded in 2010 when a group of Guyanese citizens came together with the aim of establishing a local Chapter of Transparency International, an international non-governmental organization that advocates for transparency in public and private institutions.
Meanwhile TIGI will also host its 3rd Annual Fundraising Dinner on Tuesday evening at the Savannah Suite, Guyana Pegasus.
Guest Speakers at the dinner will include the Honourable Madam Justice Desiree Bernard, first female Chief Justice and Chancellor of the Judiciary of Guyana and Judge of the Caribbean Court of Justice, now retired.
Tickets are available at $8,000 per person at the TIGI office on Waterloo Street.
Interested persons can also reserve tickets via email at [email protected] or telephone #231-9586.
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