The impact of corruption on our communities cannot be accurately conveyed in numbers or reports. To understand how it affects the lives of people, we must listen to their voices.

Fair Play is a global competition for original songs by young bands (18-35 years) on the theme of anti-corruption. Bands are invited to enter the 3rd edition by submitting their anti-corruption music videos online from 24 April to 24 July 2012. The 3 winning bands will win a trip to Brazil to participate in the 3rd GYAC Voices Against Corruption Forum and perform live in Brasilia!

Fair Play is an awareness-raising program and network building effort to connect socially conscious artists and citizens worldwide, brought to you by the JMI Foundation, the World Bank Institute and the Global Youth Anti-Corruption Youth Network.


The JMI Foundation is an international non-profit organization, the charitable arm of Jeunesses Musicales International (JMI) which has operated for over 60 years with the goal of ‘Making a Difference through Music.’

The JMI Foundation works to support the well-being, social cohesion, and economic development of our communities by delivering music programs for youth globally. Determined to bring about improved living standards of youth from all walks of life, the work of the JMI Foundation demonstrates the transformative power of music and the positive social change that can be realized when the needs of youth are addressed, and their creative and innovative potential unlocked.


WBI is a part of the World Bank Group and works as a global connector of knowledge, learning and innovation for poverty reduction. It connects practitioners, networks and institutions to help them find solutions to their development challenges. With a focus on the 'how' of reform, WBI links knowledge from around the world and scale up innovations. WBI works with and through global, regional and country-based institutions and practitioner networks and helps them develop customized programs that respond to their needs. WBI connects globally and delivers locally.


Global Youth Anti-Corruption (GYAC) is a global network of young leaders, journalists, artists and ICT experts from civil society who work to improve transparency and social accountability for better governance. The Network provides a platform for its members to share knowledge and experience, so they can learn from each other. GYAC also provides its members support for capacity and knowledge building in various governance areas, and on using ICT tools so that the youth will be enabled to drive the reform processes and contribute to positive results in their respective countries and regions.


Transparency International is a global movement sharing one vision: a world in which government, business, civil society and the daily lives of people are free of corruption. Founded by a few passionate individuals in 1993, today the organisation is present in more than 100 countries, the movement works relentlessly to stir the world’s collective conscience and bring about change. Much remains to be done to stop corruption, but much has also been achieved, including: the creation of international anti-corruption conventions, the prosecution of corrupt leaders and seizures of their illicitly gained riches, national elections won and lost on tackling corruption, companies held accountable for their behaviour both at home and abroad.


I WATCH is a Tunisian watchdog NGO founded in 2011 aiming at enhancing transparency and fighting corruption. I WATCH mission is not only limited to fighting corruption, it endeavours also to engrain the culture of fighting corruption in the coming generations. In its attempts to be the incubator of youth efforts, I WATCH is founded upon two main principles: -No exclusion. I WATCH does not exclude anybody on the basis of religion, political or even regional background. -No trusteeship. I WATCH believes in the youth and empowers them; Young men and women who made the revolution are trustworthy and should be involved in the decision-making process. No trusteeship should be exercised over the youth under the pretext of “lack of experience”. Selected to be the national contact of Transparency International in Tunisia, I WATCH is also honoured to be the civil society partner of the International Anti-Corruption conference (IACC) to be held in Tunisia in 21-24 October 2014. I WATCH is made up of like-minded young professionals and motivated volunteers who, through their innovative work, are determined to tackle the issue of corruption and lack of integrity in both public and private sectors through laying the foundations of good governance.