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IACC Youth Talk 2: Decoding the Tapestry of International Courts

The IACC Youth Talks are an opportunity to learn more about the proposal and campaign for the creation of an International Anti-Corruption Court (IACC) campaign, which would help fill the crucial anti-corruption enforcement gap worldwide. Designed to empower global youth, these talks aim to raise awareness, inspire action, and foster a united commitment against corruption. By engaging youth worldwide, the talks contribute to building a collective force advocating for accountability, transparency, and ethical governance. Through dialogue, awareness, and advocacy, the series serves as a rallying point for young leaders to drive meaningful change, uniting against corruption’s corrosive influence on society. Furthermore, the talks aim to shed light on corruption’s pervasive impact, emphasizing its profound implications for human rights. The discussions will catalyze youth-led initiatives on both local and global scales. The IACC Youth Talks are scheduled for the last Wednesday of each month. In May, we will conclude the series and transition into a workshop to collaboratively brainstorm actionable steps including how to involve youth in the campaign for an IACC.