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Posted: Sunday 7 July, 2024 at 10:53 PM

Press Release from the Integrity Commission St. Kitts

By: Integrity Commission St. Kitts, Press Release

    July 05, 2024 - The 10th Annual Conference of the Commonwealth Caribbean Association of Integrity Commissions & Anti-Corruption Bodies (CCAICACB) Concludes Successfully in Nassau, Bahamas The Commonwealth Caribbean Association of Integrity Commissions and Anti- Corruption Bodies (CCAICACB) wrapped up its highly successful 10th Annual Conference in Nassau, Bahamas.


    From the 10th to the 13th of June 2024, the CCAICACB convened its annual conference under the theme: "Best Practices in Implementing Integrity and Anti- Corruption Laws in the Caribbean in the Era of Artificial Intelligence." The event featured key presentations by esteemed members who are recognised subject matter experts in foundational regional integrity, anti-corruption, and security practices, highlighting the importance of enhanced collaboration and information sharing on the ethical and legal use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) within our organisations.


    Addressing concerns regarding insufficient resources allocated by some regional administrations, CCAICACB's Chairperson, Lady A. Anande Trotman Joseph, urged members to collectively advocate and lobby their respective governments for adequate budgetary support and resources. This support is crucial for establishing robust anti- corruption systems to combat corruption in the region, as well as for enacting and implementing effective laws, policies, and international best practices.


    Following the conference, members and delegates committed to continue to champion the effective combatting of corruption, foster interagency collaboration, build networks, and deepen their understanding of the role of Artificial Intelligence in their anti- corruption efforts.


    Leading the St. Kitts delegation was Chairperson Justice Pearletta Lanns (Retired), accompanied by Commissioner Dennis Knight and CEO Albert Edwards.


    The general public is invited to access the full conference communique on the Commission's website at








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