Young people form 50% of the world population, with energy, vocal, beautiful, handsome and smart out look, within the same range are urgly, babaric, crafty and dangerous ones- that is not the issue the issue is that is the strength of youth. putting all that is one basket transport it to a refinery, mould and shape it well, it become superb and worthy. It may sound stupid rights now, give it a deep thought, read between the lines.
now look arround you, your community, country…Continue
Added by Sanyi Emmanuel Sanyi on November 24, 2010 at 5:27pm — No Comments
About the presence of youth in the different IACC that had been held. It is true that it had been reduced, but not completelly forgoten.
Ocasa had participated in four anticorruption conferences: Seoul 2003; Guatemala 2006; Athens 2008; and Bangkok 2010. In this four conferences, different scenarios for
young people had been open. I agree that is not enough and that some
Added by Narayan Adhikari-Nepal on November 20, 2010 at 11:00am — No Comments
As part of my quest to combat corruption in my country Nigeria, I conducted a 3-day workshop for Youths in New Bussa a rural community in Niger state of Nigeria between Wednesday 10th to Friday 12th of November 2010. This event coincidentally ran concurrently with the 14th International…Continue
Like many other countries, corruption has been a big problem in Nepal. It is the major obstacle to economic and political reforms, accountability, transparency and good governance. Corruption has trickled into both private and public sectors, and into almost all walks of life. The Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) is a supreme constitutional body for corruption control. It is the distinctive anti-corruption agency in South Asia. It has the role of an ombudsman,…Continue
Added by Samundra Paudel on November 18, 2010 at 2:30am — No Comments
President Museveni should take “administrative action” against ministers named in abuse of Chogm funds, the World Bank country chief said yesterday.
Ms Kadiresan Kundavi said the government does not have to wait for long court processes to act against those named in corruption. “We would like to see administrative action taken as Parliament continues to debate the report,” Ms Kundavi said in reference to the parliamentary…
Added by Gerald on November 16, 2010 at 9:23am — No Comments
it is true that these civil societies have no a vibrant touch in these
movements and also have no the recognition of youth power on it. The civil societies have been represented in the National strategy for preventing and combating…
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was asked to prepare some imputs from the people's empowerment sessions to be presented on the closing
sessions. At the last minute the rules changed but here is the
document that was prepared.…
Added by Gina Romero on November 13, 2010 at 10:30am — No Comments
Bangkok Declaration of Young People
14th International Anti Corruption…Continue
This award ceremony was the peak of the Friday 13th gala dinner! The awards were presented to three ordinary men whose actions in the fight against corruption were extra ordinary . The three men were from Russia, Sri lanka and Gabon , unfortuntely only one of the three was present, one was in exile and for security reason could not be present and the other one was awared post humus and the award presented to the mother.
As the awards were being presented and the participants…Continue
Added by pauline wanja on November 13, 2010 at 8:45am — No Comments
'Climate Change Adaptation means investing in water sector'
This front message is neither for advertisement nor for joke, but expresses the urgency that countries and the international community as a whole have to invest in the water sector if they want to fight climate change efficiently. This is justify by the fact that water is one of the first domains that will suffer from climate change effects and will threaten human lives. This will be through the…Continue
Added by GABI WAMBO LAURENT on November 12, 2010 at 12:31pm — No Comments
Climate change should be address without ignoring Human Rights. What comes First….Corruption creates Climate Change or Climate Change create Corruption……
As a Filipino citizen, I, like every other Filipino, have a debt of more or less $ 1,000 to different multinational organizations. There are about 90 million Filipinos now.
As of 2007, the Philippines has outstanding total public sector debt of $ 110 billion. Our government chose to honor debts even of corrupt past administrations. Thus, about 25% of our national budget is…Continue
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