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Leadership is crucial to thrive as a nation: Joeli Cawaki
Tuesday, 6 August 2013
Divisional Commissioner Western, Joeli Ratulevu Cawaki, reaffirmed to fifty student’s leaders that leadership is an important aspect for a nation to prosper.

Mobilising youth in the fight against corruption
Tuesday, 6 August 2013
Fiji’s population is dominated by youth and these youth are the leaders of today. As these youth continue to become educated it is also very vital that they are equipped with the right skills and principles to become leaders with integrity.

Transparency International (TI) Fiji’s statement on Global Corruption Barometer
Wednesday, 10 July 2013
The Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) which was released today by Transparency International Secretariat in Berlin, Germany has outlined that majority of Fijians are willing to report or fight corruption.

TI Fiji comments on "partly free" Fiji media
Monday, 13 May 2013
TI Fiji issued a press release on 7 May 2013 following the assessment by Freedom House on the status of media freedom in Fiji.

TI Fiji welcomes registration of political parties
Monday, 13 May 2013
As three political parties were successfully registered for the 2014 national elections, TI Fiji applauded this positive step towards democracy.

TI Fiji takes anti-corruption message to the West.
Tuesday, 12 February 2013
Sixty people in Nadi and Lautoka are now empowered to fight corruption in their lives and communities and report corruption after the completion of Transparency International Fiji’s Advocacy and Legal Advice Centre (ALAC) week long Workshop.

Recruiting an Administrator for the Youth Integrity Promotion (YIP) Programme
Monday, 14 January 2013
TI Fiji is looking for a qualified, enthusiastic and committed person for the role of Administrative Assistant (Youth Integrity Promotion Programme). Applications close 21 January 2013.

News from TI PNG on Anti Corruption Day activities
Monday, 10 December 2012
Read about TI PNG's aerial photo shoot as part of activities to mark International Anti-Corruption Day in their press release dated 10 December 2012.

Youth group, VoSOTA, launched
Friday, 7 December 2012
TI Fiji launches it youth group, VoSOTA - Voices Speaking Out for Transparency and Accountability.

Joining forces in the fight against corruption
Thursday, 6 December 2012
TI Fiji staff met with representatives from key stakeholder organisations to share ideas and experiences on the fight against corruption in Fiji.

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Youth Integrity Survey facts and figures

19/06/2012

What is the Youth Integrity Survey?

The Youth Integrity Survey is an initiative of the Transparency International Secretariat, based in Berlin. The aim of the survey is to find out what young people see as right or wrong, which acts they recognize as being corrupt, whether or not they understand the concept of integrity and where integrity is positioned in their value system. The survey involves 26 questions that will help collect the required information from the respondents. Survey results will compare findings (gathered from over 1,000 face to face interviews) according to education levels, living standards, ethnicity, geography, age, gender and occupation. A control group of more than 500 adults over the age of 30 will also be surveyed, to compare responses between youth and adults.

Fiji is one of four countries in the Asia Pacific region where the Youth Integrity Survey is being undertaken in 2012, with the other countries being Sri Lanka, Indonesia and South Korea. The survey will be rolled out across all four countries with the same questionnaire and research methodology in order to achieve cross country comparability.

Who are the volunteer survey administrators?

At the end of January 2012, TI Fiji advertised for youth volunteers (aged 18 – 25 years) who have a fair understanding of current and future youth issues, who are passionate about fighting corruption in Fiji, and who are confident speakers, honest and reliable. 

TI Fiji is proud of the caliber of volunteers that have been recruited. Some of the characteristics of the 24 selected volunteers are as follows:

  • 44% male and 56% female
  • all currently residing in the Suva-Nausori corridor
  • all are either tertiary students (at FNU or USP) or are members of the Methodist Church Youth Group
  • three volunteers have previously done survey dministration work

Who are the TI Fiji staff working on this project?

  • Mr. Fenton Lutunatabua
    Youth Integrity Promotion (YIP) Programme Coordinator
    poyip@transparencyfiji.org
  • Ms. Melaia Ratubuli
    Research Assistant
  • Ms. Priya Archana
    Administrative Assistant

When will things happen and results be published?

Key project dates for the Youth Integrity Survey are as follows:

18-22 June     Survey Administrators' Training, Suva 
Aug-Sep    Survey undertaken
15 Aug - 12 Oct    Data entry (by volunteers with quality check by international research support)
15 Oct - 16 Nov    Data analysis (completed by national research support)
Mid Nov    National consultative meeting to discuss initial findings(date to be confirmed)
15 Oct - 15 Jan    Preparation of national research report
7-10 Nov           Present (initial) findings at International Anti-Corruption Convention (IACC) in Brazil
Feb 2013    Launch of the Youth Integrity Survey report for Fiji (date to be confirmed)

How will the results be reported?

The Youth Integrity Survey was reviewed and piloted in Vietnam (in 2011) and the published results are indicative of how the survey results will be published in Fiji.

A full report of survey results will be published (on the TI Fiji and Transparency International websites), together with summary information for particular areas of interest.

The full report of the survey results for Vietnam is downloadable from the Transparency International website.

A copy of the summary report of results can be downloaded here: Summary Report on Youth Integrity Survey - Vietnam - 2011 (PDF, 2,000kb)

Survey administrator volunteers practice their survey technique

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