Transparency International Hungary has conducted a survey about young people’s opinion on corruption and about the potential role of anti-corruption education in the Hungarian education system. Most of the interviewees (aged 15-29) think that young people should play a prominent role in the fight against corruption and they want to change the prevailing…
Added by Emese Hortobagyi on May 29, 2012 at 6:53pm —
A major disagreement ensued between two major cabinet members in the President Goodluck Jonathan administration, on Thursday, as the two key ministers gave conflicting information on what would be the fate of oil marketers indicted in the probe of fuel subsidy regime by the House of Representatives. The Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Mohammed Adoke, in a statement, declared that the culprits would not be prosecuted by the government based on the report of… Continue
Added by Ogaga E. Maxwell on May 25, 2012 at 11:05pm —
Fuel subsidy corruption cost $6.8 billion in 3 years
* Report recommends petrol price regulator be indicted
* Marketers collected fuel subsidy but never delivered
By Camillus Eboh
ABUJA, April 25 (Reuters) - Nigeria's lower house of parliament approved a report on Wednesday recommending senior officials be prosecuted for their part in the corrupt fuel subsidy scheme that lawmakers said cost the country $6.8 billion over three years.
The probe was prompted… Continue
Added by Ogaga E. Maxwell on May 25, 2012 at 11:04pm —
As in other many countries, in Colombia Corruption is a social problem whose victims and heroes are not easy to recognize, this is one of the main reasons that makes difficult involving citizens in the fight against it.
Transparency International’s Corruption Perception Index 2010 ranked Colombia 78 among 178. Besides perception, the Anti-corruption Office of the Executive branch estimates that Colombia loses each year between USD 1,2 and 1,5 billion on corruption,…
Added by Gina Romero on May 25, 2012 at 6:43pm —
Hello dear all,
This is a call for tender that we've launch to implement our project "Youth Tracking Decentralization in Cameroon"
Pls feel free to share this information with some ICT engeneering companies who may be interested to work with us in Cameroon to make this youth ambition being a reality.
Click on this link to view the call document…
Added by GABI WAMBO LAURENT on May 24, 2012 at 5:22pm —
ECONOMIC COMMISSION FOR AFRICA
African Union ADVisory board on corruption
Added by Ikubaje John Gbodi on May 24, 2012 at 8:28am —
Please find below the draft report of the MENA Action Learning - Voices Against Corruption event that took place in Beirut, Lebanon, on April 26-27, 2012. More to come on the materials and follow-ups!
Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network
MENA Action Learning - Voices Against Corruption Forum.
Added by Raphael Shepard on May 17, 2012 at 4:42pm —
"YOUTH TRACKING DECENTRALIZATION IN CAMEROON” is a project concept which has been initiated and is being implemented in Cameroon by GABI WAMBO LAURENT, a Global Changemaker from the global Youth Anti-corruption Network. The project in general seeks to promote good governance through transparency and a participatory decision making process in the management of municipal councils which have become under the newly adopted decentralized system in Cameroon, the national entities charged with the… Continue
Added by GABI WAMBO LAURENT on May 14, 2012 at 5:19pm —
On Tuesday, 24 April 2012, the third edition of Fair Play will open! The Fair Play global anti-corruption music video competition and global anti-corruption campaign is presented by the JMI Foundation, the Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network, and the World Bank Institute. Artists are invited to submit their… Continue
Added by Joseph Mansilla on May 14, 2012 at 4:30pm —
The Controller and Auditor General of Tanzania released his report for the fiscal year 2010 -2011.
The report has revealed how embezzlement of public fund is still a serious problem in Tanzania. The report brought into public awareness a loss of billions of money in which 13 billion shillings has been snatched in 8 districts.
This raged Members of parliament who were about to hold the prime minister accountable by posing a vote of no confidence on him simple to tear away the… Continue
Added by Deogratias Munishi on May 9, 2012 at 9:22pm —
A fine mess another of our top leaders has put us in. Is it the case that our so-called leaders have no sense of shame? Have they lost the sense of humiliation? Do they not know what it means to carry one’s head high, and have they lost the sense of decency, and any sense of pride in one’s self and in one’s office? Or has corruption blinded us so much that we cannot see beyond our noses, and numbed us of all our good senses? Perhaps these leaders do not realise (may be they do but do not… Continue
Added by Ogaga E. Maxwell on May 9, 2012 at 2:49am —
REPORT IT, IT DESTROYS!
AFRITAL 4 WEEKS RADIO ANTI-CORRUPTION SHOW REACHES 1000 YOUTHS.
During the last forum in Nairobi, Kenya the role of Media was stated clearly and its impact.
On returning I have been working strongly on a strategy to be able to reach more young people with the message of transparency and accountability.
I was able to raise funds from… Continue
Added by Ogaga E. Maxwell on May 9, 2012 at 2:19am —
WELCOME TO YACA- By Fr John Glynn
No Organization = No Voice
What is it like to be a young person in Papua New Guinea today? When we read what is written about young people it is all very encouraging – PNG has signed up to the UN Declaration on the Rights of the Children, and on the rights of everyone else too, like the rights of Women. So on paper – yes! We all have these rights.
BUT when we look at how things really are in… Continue
Added by Arianne Kassman on May 7, 2012 at 5:17am —
* Fuel subsidy report unveiled $6.8 billion scam * President Jonathan under pressure to arrest culprits * Gov't says must follow due process ABUJA, May 4 (Reuters) - Nigeria's justice ministry said on Friday it would prosecute anyone found guilty of being involved in a $6.8 billion fuel subsidy corruption scheme but urged the public to be patient and allow time for a full investigation. Civil society groups and trade unions have demanded arrests following a parliamentary report exposing one… Continue
Added by Ogaga E. Maxwell on May 5, 2012 at 1:02am —
This might be some exciting news for youth organizations working in the field of higher education in Eastern Europe.
The International Higher Education Support Program invites proposals for new projects from students within its Student Initiatives from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia,… Continue
Added by Dona Kosturanova on May 2, 2012 at 3:07pm —
To those who have been anxiously waiting for the WBI CAPs to accept applications again, the long wait is over. You can now breathe -- or not: you need to work hard on your application to get your project running, with the seed grant of US$3,000. For the next two weeks, from 1-15 May 2012, you can send in your applications for WBI CAPs.…
Added by Joseph Mansilla on May 1, 2012 at 9:30pm —