|Lebanese Transparency Association|
LTA, which was established in May 1999, is Transparency International (TI)'s Lebanese chapter. It is the first Lebanese NGO that focuses on curbing corruption and promoting the principles of good governance.
Realizing the unacceptable levels corruption reached in Lebanon and the need to act against it, a group of business people, academics, economists, lawyers and intellectuals joined forces to found LTA in May 1999 in a bid to curb corruption through civil society.
The organization resorts to all appropriate means to fight corruption, improve the quality of life, and encourage civil society to take measures towards transparency and accountability.
LTA does not investigate or expose individual cases of corruption, instead, LTA advocates for reform by focusing on systemic improvement and by building coalitions with other anti-corruption stakeholders, including the government, parliamentarians, the private sector, media institutions, the international community and civil society organizations.
> LTA is looking for Journalists on the Corruption Investig@tor Project. View details
> LTA is looking for a Program Manager for the Lebanese Advocacy and Legal Advice Center (LALAC). View details
> LTA is looking for a Legal Assistant for the Lebanese Advocacy and Legal Advice Center (LALAC). View details
> LTA is looking for a Legal Advisor for the Lebanese Advocacy and Legal Advice Center (LALAC). View details
> On February 6th, LTA and Transparency International -UK Chapter- have jointly hosted the launch of "the Middle East and North Africa Report of the Government Defence Anti-Corruption Index". Press Release Media Coverage
> Le Commerce du Levant Magazine in cooperation with LTA has published a special issue denouncing corruption in Lebanon. Article Brief
> LTA organized the Anti- Corruption Day entitled: “Anti Corruption Day: Lebanese status and the necessary reform steps” on December 09, 2012 under the high patronage of his Excellency the President of the Republic of Lebanon, General Michel SLEIMAN. Press Release
> On November 28, the Lebanese Transparency Association held its annual General Assembly and elect a new board of Directors. Press release
> Access to Information Survey Report. The Report