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August 2012

Global announcement: The Competition is launched. Anyone interested in applying for the grant is encouraged to already download the documents in the Apply Now section.

Jury members are announced.

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September 2012

Applicants should submit their project pitches all throughout September. Completed applications must be sent to pomalley@transparency.org.
You are welcome to help us spread the word and share this call for project pitches with friends and colleagues. Write to us and we will be happy to send you digital flyers and aknowledge you as a supporter of the competition in our newsletter.

October 2012

1 October: Competition call for project pitches closes
8 October: Shortlist of project pitches are reviewed by the Jury (evaluated using the Ashoka method)
24 October: 3 Competition Winners are selected
25-31 October: Competition Winners are notified. Initial discussions related to project implementation begins

November 2012

7-10 November: The IACC takes place in Brasilia
9 November: Social Entrepreneurship Initiative Award Ceremony in Brasilia (opening remarks by Kavitha Kannan of Stanford ChangeLabs)
8 November: Competition winners participate in a strategic session on the art of ‘digital storytelling’ with an IACC young journalist
9 November: Competition winners present the new anti-corruption project during an interactive game changers session and receive direct feedback and suggestions for improvements from experienced of anti-corruption practitioners

November 2012 – December 2013

Competition winners set project deliverables and implement their project.
Watch the project evolve: The winners will be featured as regular guest bloggers, sharing lessons learned and project successes.
The life cycle of the new anti-corruption projects begin!

 

 

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