INTENSIVE ANTI-CORRUPTION TRAINING
FOR FUTURE LEADERS


6 - 12 July 2020

Vilnius, Lithuania

38 days left
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Deadline
for applications

With scholarship

2020 04 30

Without scholarship

2020 05 20

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Announcement
of results

With scholarship

2020 06 15

Without scholarship

2020 06 15

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The School
week

Arrival

2020 07 05/06

Departure

2020 07 12/13

MEET OUR STUDENTS

Fernando from Brazil: Everybody has an interesting story here 1 of 130
JP Leo from Philipines: It’s important to talk about corruption in the health sector 2 of 130
Christie from Indonesia: We all share the same values 3 of 130
Janet from Kenya: A Kenyan perspective: think globally, act locally 4 of 130
Vincent from Germany: Different ways to approach the issue 5 of 130
Mirwais from Afghanistan: The fight against corruption is a continuous effort for civil society 6 of 130
Philip from Ghana: If not you then who? 7 of 130
Ilham from Afghanistan: Get inspired by the ideas of global reformers 8 of 130
Paulina and Loyle from Mexico and Canada: Be curious- it will give you the drive to go for it 9 of 130
Alberto from Peru: What change can we make in our country? 10 of 130
Dimitru from Moldova: Bringing experience back to Moldova 11 of 130
Amandine from France: Be you, be honest, be transparent even if your environment is not 12 of 130
Ahmad Ramin from Afghanistan: Let’s encourage investigative journalists 13 of 130
Diana from Bulgaria: A new perspective of how things work in the fight against corruption 14 of 130
Elias from Equador: Corruption is everywhere which means everyone can become part of the solution 15 of 130
Yenny from Colombia: More ideas to put in practice in Colombia 16 of 130
Javier from Venesuela: It is not just anti-corruption that you learn here, it’s also values 17 of 130
Doom from Nigeria: One person at a time, let’s all catch the fire to fight corruption 18 of 130
Lisa from Austria: Connecting with other people is the most valuable thing 19 of 130
Mamuka from Georgia: This school provided me with knowledge that I will bring back to Georgia 20 of 130
Maria from Spain: Starting small – don’t get nervous if the target feels too big 21 of 130
Carina from Estonia: Opportunities are limitless when people come together 22 of 130
Denis from Ukraine: My advice: make the most of this opportunity 23 of 130
Phiwe from South Africa: We need to start practicing honesty 24 of 130
Ruth from Angola: Change starts at home. I can contribute to end corruption in my country 25 of 130
Zia from Azerbaijan: Let’s share our countries experiences in fighting corruption 26 of 130
Cibele from Brazil: It’s important to create networks 27 of 130
Walter form Guatemala: Only youth can change the situation 28 of 130
Jacqueline from Nigeria: Lots of possibilities for anti-corruption 29 of 130
Pamela Valerie from UK: I learned more about corporate compliance 30 of 130
Ricardo from Mexico: Transparency School gives hope 31 of 130
Sabeehah form South Africa: Great way to meet your peers 32 of 130
Phoebe from Australia: I learnt more about my country 33 of 130
Simon from Germany: It helped me to see a full picture 34 of 130
Mohammad from Afghanistan: What is anticorruption? 35 of 130
Gustavo from Brazil: What can engineers take away from the School? 36 of 130
Elkhan from Azerbaijan: Together we can achieve more 37 of 130
Aron from Hungary: Understanding the different forms of corruption 38 of 130
Ayelen Eliana from Argentina: Where to start? 39 of 130
Sarah from Canada: Anticorruption in healthcare 40 of 130
Lidia from Spain: Take-away messages for private sector 41 of 130
Nosakhare Jefferson from Nigeria: What is integrity? 42 of 130
Temofe Isaac from Nigeria: Diversity enriches us in a powerful way 43 of 130
Yee-En from Taiwan: I head back home, inspired 44 of 130
Elshad form Azerbaijan: The importance of civil society 45 of 130
Elisa from Italy: Corruption involves different kind of realities 46 of 130
Marina from Russia: Facing corruption every day 47 of 130
Rose from the UK: Examples of succsess 48 of 130
Tom from the UK: Different approaches to the same subject 49 of 130
Andy form Peru: Sharing the vision of life 50 of 130
Jocelyn from Singapore: What’s the key to success? 51 of 130
Victoria from Russia: Corruption – where to start? 52 of 130
Otilia from Romania: Why am I here? 53 of 130
Ievgen from Ukraine: Let’s change an image of corruption 54 of 130
Alejandro from Spain: It’s a multidisciplinary way of learning 55 of 130
Sanda from Moldova: The society should be united 56 of 130
Artem from Russia: How to be true to yourself? 57 of 130
Astrid from Guatemala: Together we can achieve more 58 of 130
Teddy from USA: The power of youth 59 of 130
Riwa from Lebanon: My main take away messages 60 of 130
Alex form USA: How does corruption work? 61 of 130
Juan from Argentina: Education is what matters 62 of 130
Raphael from France: Where should we start? 63 of 130
Atanas from Bulgaria: We need an example to follow 64 of 130
Damian from Australia: We all experience corruption 65 of 130
Lucy Minoo from Kenya: Our view of corruption is key to change 66 of 130
Barbora and Leo: A wonderful networking experience 67 of 130
Rilind from Kosovo: Immunity for corrupt politicians has to go 68 of 130
Edita from Lithuania: Everyone can make a difference 69 of 130
Marina from Germany: The power of vision 70 of 130
Rhea from Trinidad and Tobago: I learned how to be fearless 71 of 130
Ugochukwu from Nigeria: An eye-opening experience 72 of 130
Patrick from Australia: Same story from different angles 73 of 130
Louise Vuong from Denmark: I want to make a difference 74 of 130
Nicolas from Colombia: I haven’t felt this engaged before 75 of 130
Isabella from Venezuela: It inspires me to be proactive 76 of 130
Kudakwashe from Zimbabwe: I’ve been challenged 77 of 130
Giulia from Italy: Global fight for the same values 78 of 130
Samuel from DRC: What can citizens do? 79 of 130
Nuria from Argentina: Importance of good teamwork 80 of 130
Mikhail from Belarus: Why we must not turn a blind-eye 81 of 130
Jessica from El Salvador: How can I promote transparency? 82 of 130
Roey from the US: Experience in Uganda made me take action 83 of 130
Fernanda from Mexico: How to encourage people to participate? 84 of 130
Siarhei from Belarus: Sharing experiences 85 of 130
Sune from Denmark: The power of personal experiences 86 of 130
Juli from China: Why is it important to rethink our actions? 87 of 130
Karim from Austria: I felt I was growing with each conversation 88 of 130
Liridona from Kosovo: It stimulates you to think outside the box 89 of 130
Nelya from Russia: The power of communication 90 of 130
Daoud from Brazil: My personal story forced me to take action 91 of 130
Josefina from the Philippines: Why the little things matter? 92 of 130
Elaine from the US: How to make the change I want to see? 93 of 130
Ghulam from Afghanistan: I gained more knowledge 94 of 130
Jackson from Uganda: Small moves can lead to big change 95 of 130
Rukita from Indonesia: I want to inspire and engage youth 96 of 130
Ilkka from Finland: How my experience in Thailand woke me up 97 of 130
Arjun from India: How does Superman actually make money? 98 of 130
Ewa from Poland: We should look for solutions together 99 of 130
Abdulrazak: My story from Somalia 100 of 130
Bohdana from Ukraine: You want to start making change 101 of 130
Anna from Belarus: How to make better decisions? 102 of 130
Dalia from Egypt: You’d be amazed to see corruption-free world 103 of 130
Lannie Su: How to help people take a stand? My story from Haiti 104 of 130
Kitan Branco-Rhodes: Different ways of combating corruption 105 of 130
Andreas Olsson: It’s an excellent collection of people here 106 of 130
Moises Rosado: How I said no to corrupt local politicians in Mexico 107 of 130
Anna Suprunenko: What is going on in Ukraine? 108 of 130
Santhosh Srinivasan: How I didn’t pay bribes to the police in Malawi 109 of 130
Mariana Cyriaco Barbosa: Breaking the vicious cycle in Brazil 110 of 130
Miguel Carapeto: My story from Portugal 111 of 130
Chirine El-Homsy: Why is civic awareness important? 112 of 130
Vickram Ragunath: My story from Malaysia 113 of 130
Andrew Lohsen: Public officials have a duty to citizens 114 of 130
Dumisani Mthombeni: A breathtaking experience 115 of 130
Neeti Sharma: It‘s alright to speak against corruption 116 of 130
Amina Ait Lhadi: My story from Algeria 117 of 130
Verónica Portugal: Citizen participation makes a difference 118 of 130
Karolis Kitovas: My experience in Lithuania 119 of 130
Le Thien Tri: My story from Vietnam 120 of 130
Sophia Borgeest Gesa: Why we must not turn a blind-eye to corruption 121 of 130
Muhammad Ichsan Kabullah: What is corruption? 122 of 130
Nelly Awad: How to ensure the provision of basic rights? 123 of 130
Miriam Beller: Learning from other countries 124 of 130
Iuliia Shybalkina: A source of many new ideas 125 of 130
Ruslan Bakhishov: Why is youth participation important? 126 of 130
Jacqueline Bouchier: Interacting with a number of people 127 of 130
Matthias Wurtenberger: Why I chose to attend this School 128 of 130
Per Høyland: How to bring change to our local communities? 129 of 130
Sanaa El Maazi: What tools can we bring home? 130 of 130
Fernando from Brazil
Everybody has an interesting story here
JP Leo from Philipines
It’s important to talk about corruption in the health sector
Christie from Indonesia
We all share the same values
Janet from Kenya
A Kenyan perspective
Vincent from Germany
Different ways to approach the issue
Mirwais from Afghanistan
The fight against corruption is a continuous effort for civil society
Philip from Ghana
If not you then who?
Ilham from Afghanistan
Get inspired by the ideas of global reformers
Paulina and Loyle from Mexico and Canada
Be curious- it will give you the drive to go for it
Alberto from Peru
What change can we make in our country?
Dimitru from Moldova
Bringing experience back to Moldova
Amandine from France
Be you, be honest, be transparent even if your environment is not
Ahmad Ramin from Afghanistan
Let’s encourage investigative journalists
Diana from Bulgaria
A new perspective of how things work in the fight against corruption
Elias from Equador
Corruption is everywhere which means everyone can become part of the solution
Yenny from Colombia
More ideas to put in practice in Colombia
Javier from Venesuela
It is not just anti-corruption that you learn here, it’s also values
Doom from Nigeria
One person at a time, let’s all catch the fire to fight corruption
Lisa from Austria
Connecting with other people is the most valuable thing
Mamuka from Georgia
This school provided me with knowledge that I will bring back to Georgia
Maria from Spain
Starting small – don’t get nervous if the target feels too big
Carina from Estonia
Opportunities are limitless when people come together
Denis from Ukraine
My advice
Phiwe from South Africa
We need to start practicing honesty
Ruth from Angola
Change starts at home. I can contribute to end corruption in my country
Zia from Azerbaijan
Let’s share our countries experiences in fighting corruption
Cibele from Brazil
It’s important to create networks
Walter form Guatemala
Only youth can change the situation
Jacqueline from Nigeria
Lots of possibilities for anti-corruption
Pamela Valerie from UK
I learned more about corporate compliance
Ricardo from Mexico
Transparency School gives hope
Sabeehah form South Africa
Great way to meet your peers
Phoebe from Australia
I learnt more about my country
Simon from Germany
It helped me to see a full picture
Mohammad from Afghanistan
What is anticorruption?
Gustavo from Brazil
What can engineers take away from the School?
Elkhan from Azerbaijan
Together we can achieve more
Aron from Hungary
Understanding the different forms of corruption
Ayelen Eliana from Argentina
Where to start?
Sarah from Canada
Anticorruption in healthcare
Lidia from Spain
Take-away messages for private sector
Nosakhare Jefferson from Nigeria
What is integrity?
Temofe Isaac from Nigeria
Diversity enriches us in a powerful way
Yee-En from Taiwan
I head back home, inspired
Elshad form Azerbaijan
The importance of civil society
Elisa from Italy
Corruption involves different kind of realities
Marina from Russia
Facing corruption every day
Rose from the UK
Examples of succsess
Tom from the UK
Different approaches to the same subject
Andy form Peru
Sharing the vision of life
Jocelyn from Singapore
What’s the key to success?
Victoria from Russia
Corruption – where to start?
Otilia from Romania
Why am I here?
Ievgen from Ukraine
Let’s change an image of corruption
Alejandro from Spain
It’s a multidisciplinary way of learning
Sanda from Moldova
The society should be united
Artem from Russia
How to be true to yourself?
Astrid from Guatemala
Together we can achieve more
Teddy from USA
The power of youth
Riwa from Lebanon
My main take away messages
Alex form USA
How does corruption work?
Juan from Argentina
Education is what matters
Raphael from France
Where should we start?
Atanas from Bulgaria
We need an example to follow
Damian from Australia
We all experience corruption
Lucy Minoo from Kenya
Our view of corruption is key to change
Barbora and Leo
A wonderful networking experience
Rilind from Kosovo
Immunity for corrupt politicians has to go
Edita from Lithuania
Everyone can make a difference
Marina from Germany
The power of vision
Rhea from Trinidad and Tobago
I learned how to be fearless
Ugochukwu from Nigeria
An eye-opening experience
Patrick from Australia
Same story from different angles
Louise Vuong from Denmark
I want to make a difference
Nicolas from Colombia
I haven’t felt this engaged before
Isabella from Venezuela
It inspires me to be proactive
Kudakwashe from Zimbabwe
I’ve been challenged
Giulia from Italy
Global fight for the same values
Samuel from DRC
What can citizens do?
Nuria from Argentina
Importance of good teamwork
Mikhail from Belarus
Why we must not turn a blind-eye
Jessica from El Salvador
How can I promote transparency?
Roey from the US
Experience in Uganda made me take action
Fernanda from Mexico
How to encourage people to participate?
Siarhei from Belarus
Sharing experiences
Sune from Denmark
The power of personal experiences
Juli from China
Why is it important to rethink our actions?
Karim from Austria
I felt I was growing with each conversation
Liridona from Kosovo
It stimulates you to think outside the box
Nelya from Russia
The power of communication
Daoud from Brazil
My personal story forced me to take action
Josefina from the Philippines
Why the little things matter?
Elaine from the US
How to make the change I want to see?
Ghulam from Afghanistan
I gained more knowledge
Jackson from Uganda
Small moves can lead to big change
Rukita from Indonesia
I want to inspire and engage youth
Ilkka from Finland
How my experience in Thailand woke me up
Arjun from India
How does Superman actually make money?
Ewa from Poland
We should look for solutions together
Abdulrazak
My story from Somalia
Bohdana from Ukraine
You want to start making change
Anna from Belarus
How to make better decisions?
Dalia from Egypt
You’d be amazed to see corruption-free world
Lannie Su
How to help people take a stand? My story from Haiti
Kitan Branco-Rhodes
Different ways of combating corruption
Andreas Olsson
It’s an excellent collection of people here
Moises Rosado
How I said no to corrupt local politicians in Mexico
Anna Suprunenko
What is going on in Ukraine?
Santhosh Srinivasan
How I didn’t pay bribes to the police in Malawi
Mariana Cyriaco Barbosa
Breaking the vicious cycle in Brazil
Miguel Carapeto
My story from Portugal
Chirine El-Homsy
Why is civic awareness important?
Vickram Ragunath
My story from Malaysia
Andrew Lohsen
Public officials have a duty to citizens
Dumisani Mthombeni
A breathtaking experience
Neeti Sharma
It‘s alright to speak against corruption
Amina Ait Lhadi
My story from Algeria
Verónica Portugal
Citizen participation makes a difference
Karolis Kitovas
My experience in Lithuania
Le Thien Tri
My story from Vietnam
Sophia Borgeest Gesa
Why we must not turn a blind-eye to corruption
Muhammad Ichsan Kabullah
What is corruption?
Nelly Awad
How to ensure the provision of basic rights?
Miriam Beller
Learning from other countries
Iuliia Shybalkina
A source of many new ideas
Ruslan Bakhishov
Why is youth participation important?
Jacqueline Bouchier
Interacting with a number of people
Matthias Wurtenberger
Why I chose to attend this School
Per Høyland
How to bring change to our local communities?
Sanaa El Maazi
What tools can we bring home?