About Us

Anti-Corruption International was founded in March 2015 by young people who wanted to give themselves and their fellow youth a role in the fight against corruption.

We represent thousands of members worldwide and through our campaigns we seek to effect change in partnership with our members alongside our various organisational partners

We have sought to address corruption through engaging young people in their communities and universities.

We are registered in Berlin, Germany and have sought to provide support to our various members through organisational support.

Through leading international campaigns, we continue to seek to develop our work by engaging young people directly.

Our work has ensured that in the fight against corruption young people have a decisive role to play!

Working with & for young people

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July 17

Bribe Busters: Educating the Next Generation of Anti-Corruption Leaders

Children are particularly vulnerable to the social and economic consequences of corruption. Bribery can deprive children of access to basic services, including education and healthcare, and can threaten their security. Countries that score highly on corruption indices such as the TRACE Matrix point to a set of societal conditions that place children at a particular […]

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July 17

Do We Need Democracy To Deal With Corruption?

Credit to: Nan Zhang of the University of Gothenburg Do We Need Democracy To Deal With Corruption? We’ve heard it all before right – a strongman rises to power on claims that they will deal with corruption – that democracy with its flaws leads to the flourishing of corruption, as influence and power can be […]

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July 17

Widespread protest marches took place against corruption in South Africa

Trade union confederation says time has come for ‘workers and voters to stand up and block ‘this rot’. Thousands of workers marched in cities across South Africa to stand up against state capture and corruption. The Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), say the strike on Wednesday is basically a protest against endemic corruption […]

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