“With the Community and all stakeholders including the Government and the Press , the ICAC is committed to making corruption socially and morally unacceptable in our society through a culture of integrity, public intolerance against corruption and public confidence in the fight against corruption and effective law enforcement.”
Ms Deeshaa Padaruth from Villier Rene Govt School, Ms Tashika Aubeeluck from Reverend Edward Walter Govt School, Ms Naveli Joory from Hugh Otter Barry Govt School and Ms Nashiha Kurrembokus from Highlands Govt School are the grand winners from the four education zones of Mauritius whereas Ms Anne Jessica Clair from Port Sud Est Govt School, Rodrigues was the grand winner of the 9th Edition -Short Story Writing Competition. Earlier this year, pupils were requested to write a story on the following;
Your parents want to seek admission for your little brother/sister, using unfair means, in a school for which he/she is not eligible for. Write a story where you discouraged your parents to do so.
Final of the ICAC Project Competition 2013 Royal College Curepipe - the Grand Winner
The Royal College Curepipe is the winner of the ICAC Project Competition targeting Lower Six Students. The main theme of the competition was ‘Increasing Youth Engagement in Forging a Corrupt Free Nation’. The team comprised Mr Kut King Kan Warren, Mr Damarasingh Hans and Mr Gunnoo Arjun Hans from the Royal College Curepipe.
Final of the Anti-Corruption Public Speaking Competition 2013: Shahila Deena Bhoyroo from Middlesex University – The Grand Winner
Ms Shahila Deena Bhoyroo, student at the Middlesex University, was proclaimed winner of the 2nd edition of the Anti-Corruption Public Speaking Competition targeting tertiary education students, organised by the ICAC. She intervened on the theme: “Education is now a commodity and the sector is becoming a fertile ground for corruption”.
The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) is inviting tertiary education students to participate in the second edition of the Anti-Corruption Public Speaking Competition to further sustain anti-corruption efforts.
The core objective of this competition is to provide an opportunity for would-be professionals to research, share views and concerns about the strategies to fight corruption with a view to promote a culture of integrity.
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Short Story Writing Competition 2013 – 9th Edition The Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) is organising the 9th Edition of its “Short Story Writing Competition” targeting primary schools’ pupils of standard VI in Mauritius and Rodrigues. Read more…
The Independent Commission Against Corruption is inviting the general public to participate in an Anti-CorruptionPictorial Sign Competition. The competition is open toall citizens of the Republic of Mauritius. Read more....
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