Transparency School 2020 – Deadline Extended!

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Transparency International School on Integrity is an annual state-of-the-art anti-corruption and accountability training for future leaders. The School exposes its participants to the latest developments in the field of anti-corruption and accountability and offers real opportunities to try and implement their ideas in practice. The school will take place on 17-22 August 2020. THE NEW deadline for applications – 31 July 2020. A limited number of scholarships is available.

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Transparency School on Integrity

Transparency International School on Integrity is an annual state-of-the-art anti-corruption and accountability training for future leaders. The upcoming School will be held in an all-empowering format online on 17-22 August 2020.

The event is organized in cooperation with Mykolas Romeris Law School in Vilnius. Its mission is to educate young people to become creative, innovative, and productive members of society in all areas, from science to culture and technology.

Following a rigorous selection process, students will attend interactive online sessions and learn from leading anti-corruption and accountability professionals.

Transparency School seeks to create a peer-to-peer learning and integrity-building environment that links theory with practice and helps young leaders to acquire skills to better convey the message of anti-corruption.

The School 2020 tuition fee is 400 EUR. A limited number of full scholarships are available for applicants from Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, and Ukraine. In addition, there is a limited number of partial tuition fee waivers available.

The deadline is on 31 July 2020.

 

Main criteria

The event is for senior students, graduates and young professionals under the age of 35 eager to learn how to stand up against corruption and how to achieve greater transparency in their country.

Find out more about Online Transparency International School.

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