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Uploaded on Aug 9, 2010
The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) created a documentary on anti-corruption that exposes the economic and social costs of corruption in Yemen, and captured powerful scenes of Yemeni youth asking hard questions and raising their society's expectations of leadership. In June 2010, CIPE launched the film with a screening and discussion in Sana'a in partnership with Democracy School, a local NGO that works to educate youth about human rights, corruption, and civic participation. Working with think tanks, business associations, chambers of commerce, and other civil society groups from developing countries, CIPE helps them develop organizational strategy and structure, and improves their capacity to provide services such as business incubators, professional development workshops, networking opportunities, and voicing the needs of local businesses to policymakers. For more information, visit http://www.cipe.org/regional/mena