This week, from the 8th to the 14th of July, 140 youth leaders from more than 60 countries around the world will participate in the 10th edition of Transparency International School on Integrity in the capital of Lithuania, Vilnius. The largest event of its kind in the world, it has gathered more than 1000 participants throughout the last ten years. The School takes place at Mykolas Romeris University.
During the one-week-long Summer School, young people will attend intensive anti-corruption training in which they will learn more about the causes and different faces of corruption. Together with lecturers, they will try to identify how to seek for an increase in transparency and how to fight corruption in the daily lives of their respective countries. Particular attention will be paid to developing practical skills of the participants, discussing the newest anti-corruption trends and finding creative ways to include citizens into civil society initiatives.
The lecturers who will share their experience with the young leaders come from around the world: participants will have an opportunity to meet the most well-known anti-corruption and transparency experts from Estonia, Germany, Italy, Kenya, Latvia, Lithuania, Mexico, the Netherlands, Portugal, the Republic of South Africa, Russia, Slovakia, the UK, Ukraine, and the US.
The School is organized by Transparency International Lithuanian Chapter in cooperation with Mykolas Romeris University.
You can find the map of countries from which the participants of Transparency School come here.
This year several partners contributed to the organization of the School: Transparency International Secretariat, the European Commission, the embassies of the United Kingdom and France.
More about the School: www.transparencyschool.org
The programme of the School: www.transparencyschool.org/programme
More information: Sergejus Muravjovas, email@example.com, +37068997579