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    clear that government alone cannot stop corruption. If we, the people of India and civil society institutions remain unconcerned and hopeless in fighting against corruption then it can never be eliminated or even can't be reduced. Indian Youth Club thinks that it is the responsibility and duty of...
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  • young
    the youth(conveniently!?). There appears to be exasperation out of this expectation from the ‘not so youth’ and elderly, particularly in the area of fighting corruption. While every citizen has to play an effective role in the fight against corruption, the youth, by virtue of their very nature and...
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  • Drajxx
    Question a.11.: Now, using the ideas given below, write a speech on 'The Role of Youth in Realising the Dreams of Dr Kalam' . (Refer to CODER) a) fighting for equal rights b) fighting corruption c) empowering the masses d) looking for jobs within the country e) active involvement in social...
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  • Youth Against Curroption and War in Africa Roles and Policy Options
    YOUTH AND THE WAR AGAINST CORRUPTION IN AFRICA: ROLES AND POLICY OPTIONS   Olaitan ganiyu rotimi   Department of economics lagos state university ojo nigeria     Skiratch001@yahoo.com,skiratch002@yahoo.com      A PAPER PRESENTED AT THE NATIONAL YOUTH SUMMIT ON CORRUPTION AND CORRUPT...
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    share experiences and ideas on fighting corruption. Together, the unique contribution and participation of young people will help enhance good governance through raising both local and global awareness. d- Youth for Good Governance, the World Bank Institute's nine modules Brief Description: During...
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  • Corruption
    is corrupt, administrators are corrupt, executives are corrupt, legal system is corrupt. When the public approach for their needs authorities asks for bribe to do the job. People have become pessimistic about the prospects of fighting corruption successfully. Hence , there is an urgent need for...
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  • The Power of Youth
    The Power of Youth in Creating “Corruption Free India” The essay is a study of role of youth to make country a corruption free nation. It is an effort to give concrete view point on the power of the integrated youth of nation who are future of the country and whose efforts are decisive...
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  • lolo
    nothing new, but the current situation of large-scale endemic corruption throughout the world does impress the responsibility we engineers have to our societies with an unpostponable sense of urgency. The role Mr. Kamel Ayadi visualizes and recommends for WFEO is fully in line with the GAT-UPADI point...
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  • Corruption
    Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index assigned South Africa an index of 4.3, ranking South Africa 69th out of 176 countries (tied with Brazil and Macedonia.) Sixty-nine percent of A youth surveyed believed there was currently more corruption in government than a year ago. Eighteen...
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  • Tv a Boon or Curse
    possible. The youth of the society has a very important role in fighting the gigantic wild animal of corruption. General awakening can make the politicians and bureaucrats use their discretion carefully. The common men must cast their vote on the basis of values and character of the candidates. To...
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  • Role & Responsibilities of Youth for Promoting the Culture of Peace in the World
    Role & Responsibilities of Youth for Promoting the Culture of Peace in the World - James Ramdinmawia Aizawl, Mizoram, India "I am standing for Peace and Non-violence. Why the world is fighting fighting Why the people of the world Are not following Mahatma Gandhi" -Nissim Ezekiel...
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  • Fostering Nepali Youth to Become Champions of Reform: Designing a Better Future for the Country
    governance. They have a high courage of fighting for a corruption free nation by refusing to pay bribes, leading anti-corruption media campaigns, organizing youth clubs on good governance, reporting fraudulent transactions of government officials and through similar approaches. But as the Nepalese...
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  • The Arab Spring Uprising
    turmoil for much longer than a season. With protests and revolutions reaching from its roots in Tunisia to the streets of Syria, with as many as 19 countries taking part, to this day people are fighting for what they believe are their rights and fighting against corruption and poor living...
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  • Lessons from Rizal’s Life Not Lost on the Filipino Youth
    contributed to the consciousness of the Filipino youth, his passion in fighting social ills in the country would stand out. High-school and college students who gathered in this city recently for a leadership training agreed that Rizal’s life would guide young Filipinos in improving their society. “What...
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  • Strengthening Democracy in Cambodia
    youth in the population. (See Fig. 3) “The nation's skewed population is largely a consequence of the policies of the Khmer Rouge movement which ruled the country between 1975-79 when as many as 2.2 million people - more than a quarter of the population - died.” ("UN study shows," 2011) Corruption...
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  • Indian Economy Overview & Future
    socialist capitalist and taking the best from both socialist and capitalist to generate maximum interest to the investors as well as to generate a social fulfilment. By taking no proper stand it has given birth to corruption, redtapism and bureaucracy. The India Inc has been fighting a lone battle...
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  • Corruption
    Guide to Youth Action Against Corruption The Role of Youth in the Fight Against Corruption Guide to Youth Action Against Corruption The Role of Youth in the Fight Against Corruption Published By: Africa Youth Trust Kileleshwa, Off Laikipia road P O. Box 7192 – 00100 Nairobi, Kenya...
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  • Youth
    rightly called the youth “The Real Power of the Nation”. there are few things on which the we as a youths should think upon.these are as follows • youths should fight for their equal rights. • fighting corruption should be one the main aims of the youths • along with the aim to empower the masses...
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  • Primary Factors Contributing to Crime and Voilence in Jamamica
    lecture (1991), ‘peer group’ actually replaces mother and fathers as the controlling agents. Traditional role models become replaced by gun and this result in the emergence of Dons and Robin hoods. Low self-esteem is also a consequence of poor parenting. Youths with low self-esteem carve respect...
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  • Freedomization
    , mariotte hotel e.t.c. We have heard Hamid Mir referring to him as Akbar Bugti Shaheed? Good God man! Would not this encourage scores of naive Balochis youth to pick up a gun and embrace Sahadat fighting Pakistan Army?    PPF General-Secretary Owais Aslam Ali, in his address, deplored that...
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