Here at the Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network, the Global Coordinating Body, its Communications Unit, and Network partners are constantly looking for new ways to empower the members of GYAC and enhance the work they do on the ground. The Network has the aim of connecting youth activists, musicians, journalists, and IT experts to help them learn from one another and collaborate so they can benefit from each other’s capacities in the fight against corruption. GYAC seeks to give its members a platform to express themselves and think creatively about issues relating to transparency and social accountability so they can increase their impact on governance reform processes locally, nationally, and globally at all levels of government.
As such, through the Knowledge Hub, GYAC provides a platform to enhance the exchange of knowledge between its members through,
These will collect knowledge on specific member projects (achieved or ongoing) and offer it for all to draw inspiration and knowledge from. These short case studies will highlight the basic information on local, national, and international projects run by GYAC members, the background and context of these projects, analyses of methodologies and tools used, results obtained, as well as recommendations and advices from project teams to their fellow GYAC corruption fighters. The Voices Cases Studies provide a structured form of knowledge exchange between the Network members, based on which they will be informed of what others are doing, how, and from which they will be able to draw from to develop their own projects. Follow up on projects with the members who have implemented them is encouraged for those seeking more information.
They are written and distributed by Network members and/ or partners. These toolkits provide packaged knowledge and tools on specific topics relating to governance reform and the means to achieve it.
GYAC members and partners who run their blogs and would like to help disseminate other members’ journalistic endeavors that meet their editorial standards, please contact us or reach out to blog author directly.
There to provide channels through which the members can communicate directly and work together on fighting corruption issues.