Walter form Guatemala: Only youth can change the situation
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Jacqueline from Nigeria: Lots of possibilities for anti-corruption
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Pamela Valerie from UK: I learned more about corporate compliance
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Ricardo from Mexico: Transparency School gives hope
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Sabeehah form South Africa: Great way to meet your peers
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Phoebe from Australia: I learnt more about my country
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Simon from Germany: It helped me to see a full picture
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Mohammad from Afghanistan: What is anticorruption?
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Gustavo from Brazil: What can engineers take away from the School?
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Elkhan from Azerbaijan: Together we can achieve more
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Aron from Hungary: Understanding the different forms of corruption
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Ayelen Eliana from Argentina: Where to start?
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Sarah from Canada: Anticorruption in healthcare
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Lidia from Spain: Take-away messages for private sector
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Nosakhare Jefferson from Nigeria: What is integrity?
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Temofe Isaac from Nigeria: Diversity enriches us in a powerful way
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Yee-En from Taiwan: I head back home, inspired
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Elshad form Azerbaijan: The importance of civil society
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Elisa from Italy: Corruption involves different kind of realities
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Marina from Russia: Facing corruption every day
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Rose from the UK: Examples of succsess
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Tom from the UK: Different approaches to the same subject
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Andy form Peru: Sharing the vision of life
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Jocelyn from Singapore: What’s the key to success?
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Victoria from Russia: Corruption – where to start?
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Otilia from Romania: Why am I here?
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Ievgen from Ukraine: Let’s change an image of corruption
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Alejandro from Spain: It’s a multidisciplinary way of learning
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Sanda from Moldova: The society should be united
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Artem from Russia: How to be true to yourself?
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Astrid from Guatemala: Together we can achieve more
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Teddy from USA: The power of youth
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Riwa from Lebanon: My main take away messages
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Alex form USA: How does corruption work?
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Juan from Argentina: Education is what matters
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Raphael from France: Where should we start?
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Atanas from Bulgaria: We need an example to follow
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Damian from Australia: We all experience corruption
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Lucy Minoo from Kenya: Our view of corruption is key to change
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Barbora and Leo: A wonderful networking experience
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Rilind from Kosovo: Immunity for corrupt politicians has to go
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Edita from Lithuania: Everyone can make a difference
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Marina from Germany: The power of vision
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Rhea from Trinidad and Tobago: I learned how to be fearless
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Ugochukwu from Nigeria: An eye-opening experience
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Patrick from Australia: Same story from different angles
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Louise Vuong from Denmark: I want to make a difference
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Nicolas from Colombia: I haven’t felt this engaged before
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Isabella from Venezuela: It inspires me to be proactive
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Kudakwashe from Zimbabwe: I’ve been challenged
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Giulia from Italy: Global fight for the same values
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Samuel from DRC: What can citizens do?
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Nuria from Argentina: Importance of good teamwork
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Mikhail from Belarus: Why we must not turn a blind-eye
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Jessica from El Salvador: How can I promote transparency?
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Roey from the US: Experience in Uganda made me take action
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Fernanda from Mexico: How to encourage people to participate?
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Siarhei from Belarus: Sharing experiences
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Sune from Denmark: The power of personal experiences
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Juli from China: Why is it important to rethink our actions?
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Karim from Austria: I felt I was growing with each conversation
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Liridona from Kosovo: It stimulates you to think outside the box
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Nelya from Russia: The power of communication
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Daoud from Brazil: My personal story forced me to take action
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Josefina from the Philippines: Why the little things matter?
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Elaine from the US: How to make the change I want to see?
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Ghulam from Afghanistan: I gained more knowledge
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Jackson from Uganda: Small moves can lead to big change
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Rukita from Indonesia: I want to inspire and engage youth
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Ilkka from Finland: How my experience in Thailand woke me up
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Arjun from India: How does Superman actually make money?
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Ewa from Poland: We should look for solutions together
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Abdulrazak: My story from Somalia
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Bohdana from Ukraine: You want to start making change
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Anna from Belarus: How to make better decisions?
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Dalia from Egypt: You’d be amazed to see corruption-free world
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Lannie Su: How to help people take a stand? My story from Haiti
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Kitan Branco-Rhodes: Different ways of combating corruption
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Andreas Olsson: It’s an excellent collection of people here
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Moises Rosado: How I said no to corrupt local politicians in Mexico
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Anna Suprunenko: What is going on in Ukraine?
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Santhosh Srinivasan: How I didn’t pay bribes to the police in Malawi
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Mariana Cyriaco Barbosa: Breaking the vicious cycle in Brazil
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Miguel Carapeto: My story from Portugal
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Chirine El-Homsy: Why is civic awareness important?
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Vickram Ragunath: My story from Malaysia
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Andrew Lohsen: Public officials have a duty to citizens
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Dumisani Mthombeni: A breathtaking experience
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Neeti Sharma: It‘s alright to speak against corruption
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Amina Ait Lhadi: My story from Algeria
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Verónica Portugal: Citizen participation makes a difference
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Karolis Kitovas: My experience in Lithuania
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Le Thien Tri: My story from Vietnam
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Sophia Borgeest Gesa: Why we must not turn a blind-eye to corruption
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Muhammad Ichsan Kabullah: What is corruption?
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Nelly Awad: How to ensure the provision of basic rights?
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Miriam Beller: Learning from other countries
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Iuliia Shybalkina: A source of many new ideas
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Ruslan Bakhishov: Why is youth participation important?
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Jacqueline Bouchier: Interacting with a number of people
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Matthias Wurtenberger: Why I chose to attend this School
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Per Høyland: How to bring change to our local communities?
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Sanaa El Maazi: What tools can we bring home?
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