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South Africa2020-07-08T00:04:09+00:00

SOUTH AFRICA

Accountability Lab South Africa launched its third Integrity Icon campaign in 2020. The small, dedicated team also runs a youth film fellowship.

Integrity Icon: The second edition of this campaign culminated with an Integrity Summit and Awards Ceremony in October 2019 where the five Integrity Icons were presented with their awards in Johannesburg. The top five Icons were Moshalagae Malatji, Gugu Mlotshwa, Helimamy Moeng, Sakhile Nkosi, and Clinton Odayar, who work across the sectors of health, education, and safety. 

Integrity Icon Film Fellowship: The Integrity Icon Film Fellowship gives young people an opportunity to gain skills in filmmaking and storytelling. 


Are you 18-25 years old and interested in youth empowerment? Apply for this program today! https://t.co/pOqT6PYf2g https://t.co/2F4N8E0B0Z

The CIPE Youth Leadership Program is a four-month non-residential program that aims to increase the visibility of economic issues affecting youth as a critical piece to post-pandemic recovery, and create a platform for young people to amplify their voices and ideas.

Young people have been disproportionately impacted by the economic, political and social crises that have resulted from the pandemic. Finding and maintaining quality jobs and improving access to training and formal education for youth will be a crucial in rebuilding post-COVID-19

Are you a writer with communications experience looking to apply your experience to making social change on corruption? The Corruption, Justice & Legitimacy Program at the Fletcher School, Tufts University (Boston) is looking for a part-time, virtual Communications consultant https://t.co/ApWXEvexTP

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