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Learning to lead the fight against corruption

Last week many of us experienced strong emotions in a very short space of time in Vilnius, Lithuania. A group of people from different countries and backgrounds joined the Transparency International School on Integrity with a common commitment to make a change in society by combating corruption. I would like to share my own experience: […]

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Can you teach how to fight corruption?

Just last week, around 3,000 high school students protested outside Cypriot Parliament  after Cyprus agreed the 10 billion euro ($13 billion) bailout with the European Union. Break out of demonstrations around the world makes me wonder- what is it that young protesters really do? Express their anger? Why anger? I can‘t help perceiving angry faces […]

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Back to school

How does a British experience of corruption, and the fight against it, differ to that of 36 other countries? Coming from a fairly standard middle class British household, corruption never had direct consequences on how I lived my life. I went to school, had family holidays abroad, fought with my sisters, travelled and completed university. […]

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TI Summer School kick-off: Watch a lecture by Daniel Kaufmann live

Transparency International Lithuania invites you to follow the live stream of a public lecture by Mr. Daniel Kaufmann, senior fellow in the Global Economy and Development Program at the Brookings Institution (USA), former head of the World Bank Institute, on 09 July, Monday. The lecture “Revisiting Corruption: A Governance Framework” will open the third Transparency International […]

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My time at the Transparency International Summer School on Integrity

The Transparency International Summer School on Integrity in Vilnius, Lithuania takes place for the third time from July 9 – 14 this year. It is the first such course in the region aimed at directly addressing the subject of corruption and how to fight it. In 2011, the event hosted around eighty youth leaders from […]

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