About the Course
FASADUCATION in an online anti-corruption awareness course developed by Youth to Youth in order to share knowledge around corruption and its devastating impacts on various socio-economic sectors.
The course was prepared with local and international professionals and experts working in both public and private sector organizations as well as academics, researchers, and students.
Content is offered in various formats. Modules are designed and developed by members of YAC’s community who believe that the creation of a creative, interactive and self-paced anti-corruption learning course is crucial if youth are to have a future in which transparency, integrity and the rule of law are the norms.
These modules are inclusive of the content, norms, and updates developed up to end of 2021. Laws and information published after 2021, do not show in this course yet.
Benefits & Target Audience
By the end of the learning experience, students will get a Certificate of achievement recognized by all our partners that will add greater value to their respective careers, organizations, and societies.
This course is for youth seeking to grow their anti-corruption knowledge and to deepen their understanding on ways to curb corruption efficiently.
Free of charge
Open to all
In this module, you will learn more about corruption, its history, causes and different forms.In addition to measurement ways and the role youth can play in the fight against corruption. Our guest lecturer for this module is Brigitte Strobel-Shaw, the Chief of the Corruption and Economic Crime Branch at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. The Branch is responsible for providing policy, normative and substantive support to States for the implementation of the United Nations Convention against Corruption, the only global anti-corruption instrument.
In this module, you will learn more about social norms and how social norms influence corrupt behaviors. The module will help you understand that social norms are distinct from other values, conventions, and attitudes and will shed light on the role individuals can play to break corrupt patterns of behaviors.
Our guest lecturer for this module is Professor Cheyanne Church who leads the Corruption, Justice and Legitimacy Program.
In this module, you will better understand the importance and role of laws in the process of preventing and combating corruption in Lebanon. The module will also highlight the role of youth and citizens in advocating for new laws and ensuring the implementation of existing anti-corruption laws.
Our guest lecturers for this module are Mr. Ghassan Moukheiber, former member of the Lebanese parliament and Ms. Madona Nassar, judicial researcher and anti-corruption laws expert.
Module Owner: Christina ELIAS
This module answers common questions around the presence and good governance of the oil and gas sector in Lebanon and ways in which corruption comes into play in the different stages of the production. The module also presents ways in which the sector can be protected from corruption. Our guest lecturer for this module is Mrs. Diana Kaissy, Former Executive Director and member on the advisory board of the Lebanese Oil and Gas Initiative (LOGI). Diana currently works as the Director of civil society engagement at International Republican Institute.
Christelle EL HAYEK
In this module you will learn more about the challenges facing the waste sector, the stakeholders involved, the impacts and price of corruption and ways to reach a sustainable sector.
Our guest lecturer for this module is Miss Nour Mucharrafieh, an environmental consultant with a background in environmental health and energy studies from the American University of Beirut.
Dr. Antoine ALLAM
In this module you will learn about the common forms and impacts of corruption in healthcare in addition to good governance determinants and tools to curb and prevent corruption in the sector.
Our guest lecturer for this module is Professor Walid Ammar, Director of the Doctorate and Research in Public Health Program at St Joseph University. Dr Ammar previously served as Director General of the Ministry of Public Health of Lebanon from 1993 to 2020.
This module is under construction and will be available soon!
Dr. Walid AMMAR
In this module, you will learn more about the challenges facing the water sector in Lebanon, the stakeholders involved and their interactions. Light is shed on corruption and how it affects access to clean water and sanitation. The module ends with recommendations for youth to play an active role in fighting corruption in the sector. Our guest lecturer for this module is Dr. Georges Gharios, agricultural engineer, with a PhD in Water Law from the University of Dundee in Scotland, UK.
Dr. Georges GHARIOS
Dr. Antoine ALLAM
In this module, You will better understand the Lebanese transport sector, its dynamics and actors involved. You will also examine the role of civil society in reshaping the mobility landscape in Lebanon. Our guest lecturers for this module is Prof. Pieter Van den Brouk and Drs. Carine Assaf.
Prof, Van den Brouk has over 25 years of experience in the field of spatial development analysis and planning. He is as well a coordinator of the research unit Planning & Development (P&D) and the Network for European Spatial Planning and Development (ESDP).
Carine Assaf is an affiliated PhD researcher in the Planning & Development (P&D) research unit of the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering Science, KU Leuven, Belgium.
Dr. Pieter VAN DEN BROEK
In this module you will gain insights on social innovation, and get a deeper understanding on the importance of ethics in socially innovative processes. This module will also shed light on how socially innovative initiatives can contribute to fighting corruption.
Our guest lecturer for this module is emeritus professor Frank Moulaert. Professor of Spatial Planning at the University of Leuven. Frank Moulaert is known for his extensive research on social innovation in territorial development.
Dr. Frank MOULAERT
This initiative was carried out with the support of UNODC Corruption and Economic Crime Branch within the framework of UNESCO-UNFPA-UNODC initiative “Youth-Led rehabilitation efforts to support local communities affected by the Beirut Blast".
Special thanks to our YACtivists
Master’s Student at HEC Paris
YAC Communication Officer Architect & Illustrator
Chahine ABI NADER
Visual Design Lead
Music Producer & Audio Engineer