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Integrity and the crisis: What young people really think
Angel Gurría, Secretary-General, OECD
Youth leaders will share their views about the state of young people’s trust in institutions and discuss with the heads of the OECD and Transparency International how to ensure that the interests and aspirations of young people are not only heard in the political system but also taken into account.
A light lunch will be served for all participants
Tools for integrity: Fighting corruption
Corruption affects young people as a result of their involvement in almost every aspect of society — as students, activists, citizens, workers, customers and voters. At the same time young people are a powerful force of change. Panellists will discuss how young people experience corruption and through inspiring stories of change hear about the tactics of youth in the fight against corruption.
From activism to politics?
Young Members of Parliament and politicians who have recently entered politics - often after engaging in protest movements or other types of social activism in their country or internationally - will discuss what motivated their decision to enter politics and what their experience has been. Are young people entering politics in their country? What have they been able to achieve and what impediments have they experienced to incorporate the views and interests of young people into the policy making process?
Anthony Gooch, Director of Public Affairs and Communications, OECD
11 December, Roundtable on the Impact of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention 15 years on, Paris
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