The International Anti-Corruption Academy is hosting a seminar on 10 - 11 July.
Seminar Overview & Objectives: Notably referred to as “the world’s leading expert on corruption”, Claremont Graduate University Professor Dr. Robert Klitgaard will discuss the efficacy of anti-corruption efforts by examining interactive case studies and explaining innovative methods of good governance and institutional reform.
For two days, participants will have the opportunity…Continue
It's always a pleasure for us to present you with fantastic opportunities. For all of you interested in improving governance in the Water Sector, we have something we think you'll want to apply for. Check it out just below and don't waste any time sending you application by April 11! Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org if you apply. Click the links on the announcement to get all the information you need on the applications and…Continue
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It's getting to be that time, that time when you get to your mouses and your keyboards, click here, and start furiously filing out your…Continue
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Hy everyone, this is my first post!
I met Voices Against Corruption in 15th IACC.
When I arrived in Brasilia everyone already knew each other, but soon I…
Added by Leila Grizzo Canettieri on January 10, 2013 at 9:16pm — No Comments
So we all know that media, both the conventional and the new ones, are important to be engaged in social movement to get people to know, care, and act to change the bad situation. But not everyone know how to use it properly. That is why a stall on social media, writing and reporting anti-corruption existed for in the marketplace yesterday.
Six young journalists around the globe helped to chip in their insights: Bolanie Omisore (Nigeria & USA), Anna Day (USA), Hafawa…
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In today's "cross-country collaboration" break-out session led by Rosen Dimov (Bulgaria), GYAC participants discussed the benefits of working cross-border for anti-corruption efforts. Here is a sample of their responses:
Four years ago, Liana Morisco left her home after lunch, en route to meet some friends at the local town square. As she walked down a busy street, a car veered towards her. After, the woman pulled over and said Morsco needed to stop writing.
Morisco says it was the sister of an politician who was defeated in the last municipal election. She says part of the reason he was defeated was due in…Continue
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Fair Play is amazing, you know it and we know it! So in an attempt to let the rest of the world know, we sent a proposal right along to the World Summit Youth Award to let them know of the good work we've been doing. Well, we must be doing something right, we applied in the Create Your Culture…Continue
Fair Play has been on fire this year! With thirteen (13) days left in the 3rd edition of Fair Play, there are forty-seven (47) videos from twenty-three (23) countries around the world. Check out…Continue
Added by Raphael Shepard on July 12, 2012 at 1:22am — No Comments
By Pauline Wanja
Open Data Development Camp, Nairobi
On June 27-28, Pauline Wanja and her fellow activists and GYACers took…Continue
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Are you young? Are you bright? Are you inspired to change the world for the better? Do you believe that your role in doing so is equally as important as anyone else’s? Have you shown leadership and had impact in your country? Of course you are, of course you do, of course you have, and we know that!
That’s why we bring you this opportunity to take part in the upcoming One Young World (OYW) Summit in Pittsburg, USA, between October 18-23rd,…Continue
Added by Raphael Shepard on April 3, 2012 at 6:54am — No Comments
Between 30th January and 1st February association POLITUSS organized the first (of hopefully many) Transparency in Education Festival. Since corruption in its various forms is a big problem in the academic sphere in Slovenia as well as in the job market, students and youth activists decided to raise awareness of this issue through organizing a festival, which included workshops, round tables, film projections, expert lectures and petition-signing.
The times they are a’changin’! Your Global Coordinating Body is working hard and the GYAC Network is growing fast!
On January 31st, your GCB came together for the second videoconference of this year’s GYAC VC Series. Why? Two words, the Charter. Since the last annual forum in Nairobi, the GCB has been working together to cement the decisions that were made regarding the structure, membership, roles, and responsibilities of the Network and its members. We are almost there and…Continue
All Indonesians know corruption is harmful, but ironically it persists, if not has been increasingly practised. Indonesia needs a new strategy to fight the plague: it is time to convince every citizen, the "usual" people, to empower themselves and began to fight it pro-actively.
Most of the time, corruption is discussed normatively as a big, national issue, with grand strategy and conspiracy involved. However the truth shows us corruption stems from small things we do unwittingly,…Continue
The application for the new edition of OLE - Otranto Legality Exprience 2011 is OPEN!
WHAT IS OLE?
Otranto Legality Experience is a unique opportunity to…
Added by Nina Pavlovska on July 19, 2011 at 8:30pm — 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…
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I have been asking this question myself. Can we, young people, handle politics and governance? Can we handle social accountability and anti-corruption? the big and small of…Continue
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The Mabuting Pilipino Movement (Good Filipino Citizenship Movement), a multi-sectoral, cultural anti-corruption and good citizenship movement, has recently been launched in the…Continue
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Evo from Bulgaria, Marlon from the Philippines, Pauline from Kenya, Sanyi from Cameroon, Narayan from Nepal, and Gabi from Cameroon on a teaser for the participation of GYAC-N at the 14th IACC in Bangkok, Thailand. ( Joseph, reporter; we are also joined by Bunga from Indonesia, Gina from Columbia, and Ragdha from Lebanon)