Eschew this Human Influenza
This influenza called Corruption has brought in drastic wind of change ravaging North African countries and the Middle East. The devastating effect of the influenza is incredibly unbelievable as it is disastrous. This is the result of high handedness in leadership. This destroys the very fabric of a nation's co-existence. It is anti progressive as it is virulent in all its…Continue
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JOIN US Monday, February 28, 2011, on the forum discussion page or the live chat to FOLLOW and COMMENT on the video conference to prepare the road to the 2nd Annual Global Youth Anti-Corruption Forum that will be held in Nairobi. Just click on the link,…Continue
A New Era of Transparency in Guatemala – Electronic Vote
By Emanuel Callejas (Member of Un Joven Mas Youth Organization)
On December 21st, 2010, 2 brave congressmen, Ms. Rosa María de Frade (former President of the Transparency Commission – 2011 yet to be defined), and Mr. Francisco Contreras (youngest parliament member) presented a Law reform, which will guarantee Transparency and Accountability in the Congress of the Republic of Guatemala.
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Ogaga E. Maxwell of GYACN Nigeria collaborated and served as the lead facilitator in a good governance and democracy-training workshop in Aba, State, Niger Delta region of Nigeria.
The project Democracy Series: Participation-Learning and Active Youths (DESPLAY).DESPLAY is knowledge based and an activity oriented youth program that brings together youths from different African countries to deepen their democracy knowledge and foster active youth participation…Continue
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Absolute Power corrupts absolutely! Many leaders have felled to deliver the will of people who put them in power. They have sought themselves supper humans, who cannot be touched or replaced.
Many young people, old, women and children have for a long time, suffered the victimization of corrupt oppressors. They have left streets in filthy, hampered with unemployed youths, whose options to survive are highly in jeopardy and so many are apathetic and frustrated.
Yet a new horizon…Continue
Hi friends! I just came back from a youth peacebuilding training in Hiroshima, Japan and I am happy to…Continue
Added by Joseph Mansilla on February 15, 2011 at 7:08pm — No Comments
As citizens, we all pay taxes. Even a beggar pays sales tax when he buys anything from the market. This tax-paid money belongs to us. We have every right to ask the government where and how our tax money is being spent. Why are there no medicines in health posts? Why can't the government supply sufficient food grains to far-western region? Why are people dying of starvation in Karnali? Why are government services ineffective? Why do roads start peeling off the day after they are blacktopped?…Continue
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The Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network (GYAC) connects and supports youth organizations fighting corruption through sharing experiences, ideas and resources! GYAC also engages with musicians to produce global songs against corruption and with journalists to provide media coverage.
The network is already present in more than 20 countries worldwide and is providing its members opportunities to learn, share and…Continue
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Thanks out to everyone spreading the word on the streets, internet, press, artists and fans! The fight against corruption begins with you and me.
The competition homepage counts more than 7000 unique visitors so far and 45 registered videos from artists and groups from Argentina, Belgium, Cameroon, Canada, Colombia, Croatia, Finland, France, Italy, Mexico, Romania, Sri Lanka, the UK and more.…Continue
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200 high-school students from 14 cities in Macedonia sent a message to the institutions and governance to include the youth in the process of decsion making and to think how the country would look like if half of the youth left it.
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The Open Society Initiative and Central European University are calling for applications to the Summer School in Human Rights Litigation, to be held in Budapest from July 11th to 15th. The program includes an analysis of procedures used by several human rights tribunals, such as African, Inter-American and European besides the United Nations commitees. In adittion, participants are encouraged to choose specialist…
Added by Jorge Mori Valenzuela on February 7, 2011 at 7:01pm — No Comments
In November, 2010, the G20 worked on an Anti - corruption plan, consisting of 11 points. At the end of February, the G20 Anticorruption Working Group is meeting on Paris to discuss how to implement this plan in more detail. Several organisations around the world, including Transparency International Secretariat, have prepared a…
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The Kofi Annan Fellowship provides the opportunity for talented and motivated students from developing countries who do not belong to a privileged class and lack sufficient financial means to study management at ESMT in Berlin and graduate with a prestigious MBA from the most international business school in Germany.
Upon return to their home countries, the fellows are expected to contribute to the strengthening of entrepreneurial capacity and the fostering of a stable market…
Added by Ogaga E. Maxwell on February 5, 2011 at 12:36pm — No Comments
Bureaucracy is a tax-paid sub-system of the government, which works to deliver public goods and services to the people. Civil servants carry out various tasks and responsibilities in a rapidly changing socio-economic and political environment amidst scant resources, work pressures, increased public demands and public scrutiny. They are always expected to perform their duties efficiently through innovative ways with a high degree of integrity and accountability. Strong sense of accountability…Continue
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Members of civil society from different countries signed up an appeal to respect civil rights in Egypt. They call several international organisations and governments to condemn and denounce violence in this country. You can read the statement in this link: …Continue
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- Mrs. Irenée Wilkinson, citizen of Madagascar
Madagascar is ranked 8th out of 46 countries in the Sub-Saharan…Continue
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