Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Igor Krasnov congratulated the winners of the International Youth Social Anti-Corruption Advertising Competition “Together against Corruption!”
“For many years, Russia has openly demonstrated to the entire world community its commitment to the basic anti-corruption standards enshrined in international law. Moreover, we participate in the formation of such standards and law enforcement practices, and actively disseminate our own successful experience in combating corruption on international platforms. But this work cannot be called sufficient without involving representatives of civil society. The most effective fight against corruption requires the participation of concerned citizens, including the youth.
An important step in this direction was the establishment by the Prosecutor General’s Office of the Russian Federation of the International Youth Social Anti-Corruption Advertising Competition “Together against Corruption!”, which has acquired a global scale since last year and is held for young people from all over the world.
The main purpose of this event is to attract broad public attention to the issues of corruption prevention, and to disseminate education in the younger generation of an intolerant attitude to any corruption manifestations.
By tradition, we are summing up the results of the competition on December 9, the International Anti-Corruption Day.
There were a lot of interesting and talented works, but the prize-winners and finalists of the competition were determined based on the online voting results.
Congratulations to the finalists on a well-deserved victory!”
In 2021, the prize-winners and finalists of the competition were determined based on the online voting results.
Nomination “Best Poster”:
1st place - the poster on the topic “Conscience vaccine. Corruption is a disease of society. Let’s form collective immunity!” prepared by social workers from Krasnoyarsk (Russia), 33-year-old Victoria Apollosova and 32-year-old Elena Kemer;
2nd place - the poster on the topic “Teaching save the future” prepared by a 32-year-old business assistant of the Indian oil and gas company “Swapnil Thakare” (Chandrapur, India);
3rd place - the poster on the topic “Corruption is a devil with many faces. Say NO to corruption” prepared by Ruben Karakhanyan, a 15-year-old schoolboy from Armenia (Gyumri).
Nomination “Best Video”:
1st place - the video on the topic “Together against Corruption!” prepared by a 23-year-old student from South Africa MoAfrika Chuene (Pretoria);
2nd place - the video on the topic “Сorruption = Nation’s Distruption” prepared by a 34-year-old engineer from India Karthik Pillai (Bangalore);
The 3rd place was shared by two works of the participants from Russia - the video “Start with yourself, stop the corruption!” prepared by a 26-year-old firefighter Igor Ershov (Nizhnyaya Salda, Sverdlovsk Region) and the video “Take care of your families” prepared by a 35-year-old registration service employee Ekaterina Chesnokova (Tomsk).