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 5

Yes, I Am Corrupt But So Are You

Yes, I am corrupt but so are you! By Maurice Oniang’o. One afternoon last year, police arrested a senior church official from my church for flouting traffic rules. The police officer that arrested him tried to solicit a 500 shillings bribe from him but, being a man of virtue, the deacon refused to give in. He was […]

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July 2

Tackle Financial Corruption Through Cooperation and Exchange of Information

On December 2007 the Council of the European Union, on initiative of Belgium, Austria and Finland, adopt the Decision 2007/845/JHA concerning the cooperation between Asset Recovery Officies. ACI contributor Vania Puttati looks at what this has meant.  Legal Basis and background The Decision had been adopted on the basis of the Articles 30(1)(a)-(b) and 34(2)(c) […]

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June 29

”First they came for Assange…”

”First they came for Assange…”The anniversary of Julian Assange’s four years of arbitrary detainment at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London 19.6.2016, Brussels A conference with Yanis Varoufakis, former Greek minister of finance, Srecko Horvat, Croatian philosopher, Julian Assange (from the Ecuadorian Embassy in London) and many others, on the importance on whistleblowers, transparency and democracy. [...]

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