It a situation non will hardly think off, but it do exist, it cut across boundaries, tribes, kinsmen, language, sex, philosophies and professionalism, It a situation that all life on earth passes through.
The innocent that becomes guilt, one either peacefully or others in a places that he/she no nothing about it beauty, it functions and even it existence until a time when he/she had it first call.
Who is this innocent that becomes the guilt? where is this place he she… Continue
Added by Wurie Mamadu Tamba Barrie on June 30, 2011 at 7:38pm —
The Global Youth Anti-Corruption (GYAC-Liberia) is making significant progress relative to fighting corruption together through its Network. We believed the statement made by our President Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf during her inauguration that Corruption will be Public Enemy Number One is in the interest of all Liberians.
This is why, we think it is important to buttress Government Effort in the fight against corruption in every sector of our society be a… Continue
Added by Alphonso K. Weah on June 30, 2011 at 6:24pm —
I am right now in Vilnus, Lithuania, in the Youth forum, at the meeting of the Communities of Democracies.
The first panel of the day was 'E-Democracy: Packaging your message through new technologies', and we had access to the experience of Armenia, Bosnia and Azerbaijan.
I want to share with you this excelent… Continue
Added by Gina Romero on June 30, 2011 at 10:11am —
Definitely one of the highlights of the 2nd Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network Forum was the launch of the first ever World Bank Institute Community Action Project (WBI CAP) grants, the collaborative program of GYAC and the British Council Global Changemakers (GCM). In a nutshell, the WBI is awarding USD3,000 each to five projects that are aimed at fighting corruption; to qualify, you have to be a GYAC member or a Global Changemaker, and your project must leverage the use of ICT in… Continue
Added by Joseph Mansilla on June 29, 2011 at 9:00pm —
AFRICA CHALLENGE FOUNDATION
Report on the Launch of the Young Citizens Environment Day Uganda, 24th June 2011, Mukono
On the 24th of June 2011, the Africa Challenge Foundation launched the young citizens environment day, a framework to encourage and provide for youth participation in the UN global climate change and environmental sustainability agenda. Our agenda in this programme is “Promoting Environmental Integrity for… Continue
Added by Ivan Atuyambe on June 28, 2011 at 4:25pm —
The Anti-Corruption Journalism on Healthcare services in Dar es Salaam and Coast Region is a Community Action Project that addresses petty corruption in healthcare service provision. This project is managed by an experienced youth-led project leader, innovative and visionary changemaker Frederick Fussi with a group of other 6 vibrant youth volunteers. Frederick Fussi is also a member of GYAC based in Dar es Salaam Tanzania.
In order to have a corruption free community… Continue
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Africa Challenge Foundation and her partners (United Nations Development Program [UNDP] and NEMA) wish to invite you and your institution to the launch of Young Citizens’ Environment Day Uganda; Mukono district as a model pilot case, on 24th June 2011 at 2:00-4:00pm. Venue is Mukono Community Hall (to be comfimed later). This year’s event is strategically aligned to the United Nations World Environment Day 5th June 2011, under the Theme: Forests; Nature at… Continue
Added by Ivan Atuyambe on June 17, 2011 at 5:13pm —
The Leiden International Students' Symposium on Democracy Organising Committee
Youth from various countries to come together to empower democraciesLeiden, the Netherlands: Inspired by the political scenario in the middle-east, the recent protests in Belarus and Iran against what were widely perceived as unfair elections, the Wikileaks controversy etc., a few international students at the Leiden University have come together to organise the Leiden International Students‟ Symposium on… Continue
Added by Michaella A'solo on June 17, 2011 at 4:57pm —
Sequel to my participation at the 2nd GYAC Forum in Nairobi Kenya, April 2011 where we were all urged to apply for the first ever British Council Grant for young corruption fighters tagged the World Bank Institute-Community Action Project (WBI-CAP GRANT). The project grant application which was opened immediately after the Nairobi Forum between the 1st -15th May 2011 for all participants to inculcate the use of ICT and mass media to combat corruption at… Continue
Added by Babafemi Oyediran on June 17, 2011 at 7:52am —
Tanzanian's Parliament has for a considerable time now been entangled in an allowances debate. The dabate which was ignited by Hon. Zuberi Zitto Kabwe a Member of Parliament from North Kigoma was to effect that he should not be paid sitting allowances when in Parliament and elsewhere as he was paid dearly for… Continue
Added by Stephen Msechu on June 16, 2011 at 10:30am —
It has now been confirmed from the horse's mouth that Tanzania's government lacks political will in the fight against corruption.
In an exclusive interview with Masters in Laws students of the Tanzania German Center for PostGraduate Studies in Law yester at the Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau in Dar es salaam yesterday, the Director General said, the only thing hindering him in his work is lack of political will.
He said when he took over the… Continue
Added by Stephen Msechu on June 15, 2011 at 8:30am —
Nigeria's anti-corruption agency has arrested one of the country's leading politicians on suspicion of defrauding the country, an official said.
Officers arrested outgoing speaker of the house of representatives, Dimeji Bankole, at his home in Abuja on Sunday, after he resisted arrest for more than four hours, said Femi Babafemi, a spokesman for the economic…
Added by Ogaga E. Maxwell on June 12, 2011 at 1:19am —
CONCEPT NOTE FOR
THE 2nd ANNUAL NATIONAL INTEGRITY BAROMETER CONFERENCE
INTEGRITY AND PUBLIC SERVICE AWARDS 2011
Theme: “Raising a Breed without Greed”
To Be Implemented By:
Africa Challenge Foundation
Together with its partners
President and Team leader (Coordinator)
Africa Challenge Foundation
Tel: 0782 324764, 0714 324764
Added by Ivan Atuyambe on June 10, 2011 at 2:28pm —
Where: Brussels… Continue
Added by Nina Pavlovska on June 9, 2011 at 5:00pm —
With unfathomable potentials to leapfrog from the development divide, African Nations still berth in the relegation waters of under-development for poor Leadership and instability of government. It is important for the continent to work towards sustaining democracy in the region as this will go along way to expand the opportunities of the region to join the rest of developed continents of the world.
South Africa, Ghana and now Nigeria have made bold statement in sustaining… Continue
Added by Ritchie Felix on June 8, 2011 at 7:36pm —
How possibly will we rate the event wherein a particular government Department civil servant basic monthly salary is sum of to $12,000, the unemployment rate is about 60-70% and the civil servant working in the educational sector especially in the teaching field monthly basic salary is $60 to $100 per person, whereas the country population is about six million and the average handing per person is not up-to $1 for a day?
Please send in your comment as to how we will remedy… Continue
Added by ALHUSSINE JAMES LAHAI ROGERS on June 6, 2011 at 4:02pm —
Nepal is in democratic transition. We are drafting people’s constitution, progressing towards the logical end of peace process and are in a process of nation building. No doubt, it takes time, commitment, desire, participation, patience so on and so forth. However INTEGRITY has been the key and buzzword in Nepal right now! Continue
Integrity Conference is an attempt of Youth Initiative to promote…
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