Morocco’s youth prepares for Anti-Corruption Day 2012

Gearing up to International Anti-Corruption Day (9 December), Transparency Morocco is using art to work with youth in raising awareness about anticorruption.

Paroles Urgentes is an artistic combination of street theatre, breakdancing, slam poetry and music.

See an ad for the event organised by our Chapter below:

Meaning ‘fast words’ the project refers to the quick tempo of hiphop culture and youth but also about the urgency of corruption and what everyday citizens can do about it.

Have a look at the clip below from the practice sessions:

Music practice for launch of “Paroles Urgentes”

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Farid Farid

About Farid Farid

Farid Farid is Middle East & North Africa Press Officer at Transparency International.

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