They've been singing, sharing and solving world problems together. Fifty young civil society leaders, musicians, and journalists from around the world have been taking part in the Global Youth Anti-Corruption Forum , which uses music and ICT as two innovative approaches against corruption. The strong IT expertise of young activists can help toward transparency and effective social monitoring. And music can help break the taboo on corruption that still persists in many countries. Young musicians from countries including Malawi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), and Colombia have produced songs addressing corruption challenges for the event.
You too, can have your say by joining the Voices Against Corruption Ning Network . And learn more about what's been happening at the event on the Forum's website . Corruption affects every one of us, so every one of us should shout, sing, or share ideas for tackling it!