23 February 2023
Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) is expanding its Youth Engagement & Support (YES) program to Central Women's University (CWU). The program launch was marked with a two-day Anti-Corruption Cartoon Exhibition on campus, attended by around 200 students who took an anti-corruption oath.
TIB hopes to empower more young people to bring about positive change and actively combat corruption by expanding the program to CWU. During the ceremony, Dr. Perween Hasan, Vice-Chancellor of the university, and Dr. Iftekharuzzaman, Executive Director of TIB, stressed the importance of avoiding corruption in all aspects of life and engaging every citizen in the anti-corruption movement.
Around 250 participants attended the event, and TIB's Executive Director announced the names of the YES advisor and team leaders during the program launch. By expanding the YES program to CWU, TIB is empowering more young people to actively shape their communities and combat corruption.