The Independent Commission Against Corruption, Hong Kong, China (ICAC), the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), and the International Association of Anti-Corruption Authorities (IAACA) have collaborated to develop a policy guide to encourage and assist anti-corruption authorities to meaningfully engage young people as a powerful anti-corruption force.
The Policy Guide provides rationales for anti-corruption authorities to engage the youth in their work. It also offers guidance on how to strengthen institutional readiness for meaningful youth engagement, develop youth engagement activities at the operational level, and monitor and evaluate their efforts. The target audience of this publication includes officers and managers of anti-corruption authorities and other policymakers who spearhead national anti-corruption efforts in their countries and territories.
This web portal serves as a resource hub where anti-corruption practitioners can download the Policy Guide, examples of youth engagement work of anti-corruption authorities around the world, and additional materials about the Policy Guide for reference.
For any enquiries and suggestions, please contact ICAC, Hong Kong, China at email@example.com.
Download chapters of the policy guide (PDF)Project partners, acknowledgements and foreword Executive Summary Chapter 1: Conceptual framework Chapter 2: Rationale for anti-corruption authorities to engage young people Chapter 3: How can anti-corruption authorities meaningfully engage young people? Chapter 4: Way forward Annexes