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Join the Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network!

Saadia Iqbal's picture

The Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network (GYAC) connects and supports youth organizations fighting corruption through sharing experiences, ideas and resources. GYAC also engages with musicians to produce global songs against corruption and with journalists to provide media coverage.  

The network is already present in more than 20 countries worldwide and is providing its members opportunities to learn, share and represent themselves in international platforms. It now announces its second open competition for all interested organizations to be part of the network and attend its 2nd annual forum in Nairobi.  

Apply in time to join the 2nd Annual Global Youth Anti-Corruption Forum in Nairobi in April 2011! 


1. Proven track record in activities that promote good governance, transparency, and accountability 

2. Led by and/or centered on youth aged 16–35 

3. A youth representative able to attend the Nairobi conference scheduled for end of April 2011 

4. English proficiency of the representative 

Complete and submit the application form to: [email protected].com by Friday, February 11, 2011