Anti-Corruption Kit: 15 ideas for young activists

Filed under - Youth

Report published 11 August 2014
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When it comes to fighting corruption, many young people are already making a big difference to the communities and countries they live in. But for those just starting out, the prospect of kick-starting a campaign, running a hackathon or planning a protest can be daunting. That’s why we created our new anti-corruption kit offering 15 ideas for young activists, with step-by-step guidance on how to turn a plan into action. Read our feature about this kit here.

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