TRANSPARENCY Solomon Islands has announced that staff from its Advocacy and Legal Advice Centre (ALAC) will be visiting Auki in Malaita Province on the 14th and 16th of September 2015.
In a statement, ALAC Legal Officer, Joy Abia said that the visit will provide residents of Auki and surrounding communities with an opportunity to learn more about fighting corruption and promoting good governance.
“ALAC Legal Officers will be available to provide free legal advice and information to any person with a question about corruption,” Ms Abia said.
“During the short stint in Auki next week, ALAC will also visit various stakeholders to discuss how to improve access to corruption related information and advices for citizens living and working in Malaita Province.”
TSI encourages all members of the public in Auki to come to the space underneath the Malaita Women’s Centre in Auki at 9am on Monday 14th September 2015 to hear a short information session about corruption and the law.
The second part of corruption legal clinic will run on the Wednesday 16th September at the same venue in the morning part of that day.