First TI Cambodia youth camp in pictures: Empowering young people to join the fight against corruption

130 young people from 11 provinces and municipalities attended Transparency International’s first youth camp to learn from and meet with representatives of the Anti-Corruption Unit, a law firm specialising on transparency and anti-corruption, media producers, prominent youth leaders, motivational speakers and many more.

In addition to the training and experience-sharing sessions conducted by these professionals and experts, the young people also participated in interactive learning sessions and role plays. They developed their own concepts on how to share the learning with their peers in their communities after they return home. This will allow the project to reach out to more than a thousand young people across Cambodia.

See our youth camp picture story below:

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Carola Jonas

About Carola Jonas

Carola Jonas is Communications and Fundraising Officer for Transparency International Cambodia.

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