• You are at least 18 years old
  • You agree to our Non-Discrimination Policy

Anti Corruption International prohibits discrimination against and harassment of any member or person you might encounter due to work with the Organisation because of race, color, national or ethnic origin, age, religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, veteran status or any other characteristic protected under applicable European or Irish law. All personnel of the organisation are charged to support this effort and to respond promptly and appropriately to any concerns that are brought to their attention. There is also a reporting e-mail which you can use to report abuse of this policy or any other concern that should be kept confidential: report@anticorruptionintl.org

  • You have not engaged in any form of corruption or and will not attempt to bring disrepute to the Organisation
  • You understand and agree to the following parts of the ACI Statutes:


  1. A Member has full voting rights in the Annual General Meeting;
  2. Applications for membership are not accompanied by a subscription fee;
  3. Prospective Members will be required to state that they are aware of the objectives of the Organisation;
  4. Each Member shall provide the Secretary with that Member’s up-to-date postal address, email address, or with some other means at which communications may be addressed to them; 


Every Member shall conform to the Organisation’s Code of Ethics. Any Member or Members alleged to have brought, or attempted to bring disrepute on the Organisation, or to have engaged in any form of corruption shall be asked to appear before the International Board and if, in the opinion of the International Board, the case be found proven, be deprived of their membership. If the said Member fails to appear before the International Board without justification they shall be deprived of membership;



Anti-Corruption International is aimed at bringing together youth from around the world to raise awareness about corruption-related issues, expose the practices of corruption, develop ideas of fighting it in an open, engaging and encouraging environment as well as to pressure institutions to put in place anti-corruption mechanisms.


  1. The Organisation is autonomous and voluntary;
  2. The Organisation is non-profit making and any excess of funds received or generated from its activities must always be reinvested in the same Organisation;
  3. The accounts of The Organisation shall be reviewed or audited and published on a yearly basis according to our standards of Transparent Bookkeeping (s. Article 15.5);
  4. Provided its autonomy is not affected, The Organisation may collaborate with other entities on a regional or international basis;
  5. The Organisation does not have any political or trade union affiliation and it shall not be involved in party politics.


The Organisation has the following objectives:

  1. To provide support and information for students and young people around the world battling corruption in all its forms;
  2. To function as a platform for young people to share their corruption concerns, stories and experiences;
  3. To investigate and expose corruptive practices;
  4. To educate people about the destructive impact of corruption on societies across the world and indeed on human progress and development;
  5. To seek and promote a constructive inclusive way for young people to tackle corruption in all its forms on a local, national, regional and global level;
  6. To raise public and political awareness on the need for robust anti-corruption legislation and policies to combat corruption;
  7. To promote and present the interests of The Organisation to the notice of national and local authorities as well as to regional and international organizations to coordinate a truly global, grassroots anti-corruption movement;
  8. To encourage, promote and conduct research on the prevalence, effect and causes of corruption around the world, and to utilise the conducted research to put pressure on governmental authorities to address these imbalances;
  9. To seek, develop and refine anti-corruption mechanisms in general and specific sectors through exchange of ideas and experience as well as through debate and dialogue;
  10. To present and advocate anti-corruption mechanisms in front of organizations and institutions in order to significantly decrease the prevalence and effects of corruption;
  11. To network with civil society organizations working towards the same goals in order to bring forward the antagonistic collaboration between governmental institutions, economic agents and the civil society;
  12. To take reasonable steps necessary to the attainment of the above-stated objectives


Click here for a complete version of the ACI Statutes.