Last election in this most populous black Nation of Africa made history across the entire globe. As usual, the bad, good and ugly reared up their heads to make light of the effort so far by Nigerians and the international community. Goodluck Jonathan led administration for the first time in the history of this Nation delivered 75% free, fair and credible election. This is resounding pass mark as noted across the globe. Yet, much still need to be done in practicals and not in promises.…Continue
Added by Ritchie Felix on May 31, 2011 at 2:10pm — No Comments
How do you think the technologically-literate people empower the fight against corruption? You may think they'll use the most advanced gizmos to track or spy on the corrupters. Or at least, developing high-tech methods to catch the grafters red-handed.
But just like how the smartest guys are the ones…
Added by Joseph Mansilla on May 31, 2011 at 6:00am — No Comments
We might have different interpretation of birds generally... What i want to draw our attention too, is the qualitical characteristic poss by vulture who does not kill to survive.
Vultures are living creatures, that ate meat, drink water, go to sleep, hussle, feed it young, did not have house as it sleep on the rains…Continue
Here is the note that was published in today's national newspaper about Profetas, one of the bands that created the first songs against corruption that were used by JMI to advertise the first Voices Against Corruption music contest.
El grupo, conformado por un caucano y una centroafricana,…Continue
Here you can find a list of international events that will lead the global youth to be prepared for Rio 2012.
Also, the United Nations will held very soon relevant events in many fields. Here is the information:
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Over 100 students from the United Methodist University (UMU) and the College of West Africa (CWA) including representatives of youth organizations and civil society institutions participated in the first edition of the Voice Against Corruption Forum organized by the Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network – Liberia…Continue
Added by James Koryor on May 20, 2011 at 11:00pm — No Comments
As part of the 2011 Nairobi Forum follow up, please find below the presentations made in the Main and Sawa Sawa Halls (in that order) by your fellow GYACers.
As part of this follow up, I also want to encourage you to keep an eye out for more material as it is released by GYACers at their convenience. I hope this material helps you in your work and I encourage all GYACers to get/stay in touch with each other to explore the possibility to work with one…Continue
La forma en que los jóvenes alrededor actúan para hacerle frente a los temas de corrupción es admirable. De esto pude dar cuenta en el marco del segundo Foro de Voces Contra la Corrupción realizado en Nairobi (Kenia) del 27 al 29 de abril de la Red Global de Jóvenes…Continue
Added by Carolina Villanueva on May 16, 2011 at 11:05pm — No Comments
So you think you wanna fight corruption?
But HOW? Where to start? What to do?
British Council is now developing an anti-corruption toolkit to help you answer those questions (and more) and to give you enough preparation to kick the corruptors' asses. *ahem, sorry for a not-so-proper language*
You can access the toolkit's draft here: http://scr.bi/actoolkit or download the toolkit…
Added by Bunga Manggiasih on May 15, 2011 at 4:13pm — No Comments
En el marco de las acciones de la Red Mundial de Jóvenes contra la Corrupción, apoyadas por el Instituto del Banco Mundial y Jeunesses Musicales International, se han realizado dos versiones del concurso de canciones y video anticorrupción denominado Fair Play Anticorruption Youth…Continue
Added by Ogaga E. Maxwell on May 12, 2011 at 10:54pm — No Comments
Recorded in Nairobi during the Voices Against Corruption forum, here are the 3 collaborative tracks featuring artists from the 4 winning bands of the 2011 Fair Play Anti-Corruption Youth Voices competition - Kafulu Xenson (Uganda), Teddy & Tenny (Bulgaria), Young Life (Vanuatu) and De Bruces a Mi (Colombia)!
Dear GYAC Members,
As stated in he President of Liberia Inaugural Speech, "Corruption as public enemy number one" Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network-Liberia is having series of discussion with relevant organizations/institutions to ensure that corrupt officials of Government and others are prosecuted under the laws of Liberia.
Considering the fact that, young people of Liberia like any other country around the World constitute the majority of the population and that…Continue
This post is a mash up from 2 writings:
"Facilitating Cross-cultural Workshop" by Retha Dungga