The summer school
The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the International Anti–Corruption Academy (IACA) are organizing a second international anti–corruption summer school for students and young. The summer school will be held on line via IACA training platform from 28 June to 4 July 2021.
The summer school will build ethical skills and mindsets in students and young individuals and will raise awareness among them of the values and principles of integrity, ethics and anti–corruption.The summer school’s programme is designed for young passionate individuals that want to become ethical agents of change in their community and will provide them with knowledge on how to resist and prevent corruption. With this programme the participants will understand what corruption is and what are its harmful impacts on the society.
Who can participate?
The summer school is open to stduents and young people of age 18–29 from “Least Developed Countriues in Africa”. Participants will be selected based on their language skills (proficiency of written and spoken English), educational background and personal interest in the topic.
How to apply?
Students and young people from the aforementioned countries can apply to the summer school through IACA website here. The applications deadline is 3 June 2021.
Participation in the summer school is free of charge.
The summer school will be delivered in an interactive manner and will include seven substantive onlinesessions. Each session will be delivered by an internationally renowned professoror practitioner. The lecturers will provide draw from their knowledge and experience in the field of anti–corruption to enrich the classes with practical examples and provide a uniqueinsight of the sessions’s topics.
Upon completion of the summer school,participants will be rewarded with a Certificate of completion of the programme from UNODC and IACA.
The summer school will be conducted in English.