Deadline: 26 November 2022
For the School of Integrity Fellowship 2022 programme, apply today. Theme: Your right, your role: Building a generation of integrity
In November 2021, the first school of integrity fellowship program was launched. This year’s series will be the second such occasion, and TIZ plans to continue the Program in the future. Future leaders in Zimbabwe receive anti-corruption and accountability training at the School of Integrity. The School exposes its students to the most recent advancements in governance and anti-corruption.
The idea of a “school for integrity” emphasizes the value of peer-to-peer learning and the need to include, engage, and educate young people about the advantages of honesty, openness, and good governance. Future societies significantly shaped by these crucial elements. The School of Integrity purposefully identifies youth and young leaders from a range of industries, including the public and corporate sectors, and gives preference to individuals from underrepresented groups. The school of integrity this year will focus on “Your Right, Your Role: Building a Generation of Integrity” as its topic.
The School of Integrity Fellowship 2022 programme this year will last five days and conducted physically. Experts on various corruption-related topics will facilitate the various sessions. In the program that is attached to the bottom of this notion, a comprehensive list of the suggested themes is offered. The sessions will also aim to give participants access to local as well as global experiences while revealing how young people may contribute to the battle against corruption.
- Peer-to-peer learning, group discussions, scenario mapping, and examination of various corruption case studies in the local, regional, and global contexts will all be activities the fellows will take part in.
- The fellowship places a significant emphasis on network building, and as a result, fellows will have the chance to interact with and meet important government figures, including lawmakers, ambassadors, anti-corruption activists, and members of the business sector.
- Youth aged between 18-30
- Transparency International Zimbabwe will shortlist 25 youths from all the 10 provinces of Zimbabwe to be part of this year’s school of integrity.
- Further more, the shortlisted fellows carefully chosen based on their leadership roles in the communities.
- Deliberate effort made to select female participants, persons with disabilities more so those coming from marginalised communities usually left out in similar processes.
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