Tunisia: Sensitizing Youth About Dangers of Corruption

In July and August, Tunisia’s National Anticorruption Authority (INLUCC) Regional organized writing, drawing, and graffiti workshops in Medenine and Djerba for more than 100 children, ages 5 to 12. The children learned about corruption, good governance, and INLUCC, and addressed, in writing or drawing, scenarios of corruption familiar to their lives, such as bribing a teacher for good grades and bribing the police,  among others. NCSC supports INLUCC to implement a Youth Against Corruption initiative which engages children, teenagers, and young adults in efforts to fight corruption.

The Increasing Accountability in Tunisia Program is funded by the U.S. Department of State, U.S.-Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) and the U.S. Embassy in Tunis and is implemented by NCSC.