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Best practices in engaging youth in the fight against corruption

A significant number of activities to engage youth have been undertaken by the anti-corruption movement, especially in the last decade. These initiative range from Integrity/Democracy Camps and Summer Schools to work within schools and universities, training teachers, developing curricula and setting up Integrity Clubs. Many civil society organisations (CSOs) have also developed awareness-raising campaigns and activities targeted at young people.

16 July 2013
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Wickberg, S.; (2013) Best practices in engaging youth in the fight against corruption . Bergen: U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, Chr. Michelsen Institute (U4 Helpdesk Answer )

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Sofia Wickberg

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youth, civil society, anti-corruption reforms, development, citizen engagement