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At the end of June (June 28 - July 1) Transparency International Latvia/Delna will organize Anti-Corruption Summer School at Cesis, Rucka Manor. 25 motivated young people from Latvia will have an opportunity to gather together to gain new knowledge.
The intensive four-day program will include lectures, practical assignments and teamwork, participation in the LAMPA conference and the opportunity to create new contacts and spend a great time together.
This Anti-Corruption Summer School is not just a theory, but a real possibility of practical activities and issues for young people to understand the importance of anti-corruption and political developments in both Latvia and global scale.
Who are welcome to sign up!
Current and future leaders aged 18 to 29 from all over Latvia who have embarked on or intend to embark on studies or professional pursuits in politics, journalism, law, finance or demonstrate a deep interest in them.
How to sign up!
Please register by May 29 (inclusive) by completing the application form: https://goo.gl/forms/rLyhSx3u6MSA2xEp2
NOTE: The school will cover all accommodation and catering expenses and will provide transportation both ways from and to Cesis.
Delna will evaluate participants' motivation and results will be announced on June 1. In case of any questions, please contact Līna Kārkliņa, Head of Summer School, by e-mail email@example.com or by phone +371 2648-2129.
The summer school is supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany, Canadian Latvian Foundation "Mantojums/Heritage" and Latvia Relief and Development Fund (LRDF).
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