Asia Regional Peer Learning and Knowledge Sharing Workshop: Engaging Citizens against Corruption in Asia: Approaches, Results and Lessons

November 30 – December 01, 2011, Jaipur, India

This three-day workshop will bring together Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) from 8 countries in Asia and anti-corruption experts from all over the world. The workshop will feature results from over 30 case studies and four country programs. The international experts from PTF and other organizations will present global good practices in helping citizens fight corruption. The participants will have opportunities for peer-to-peer and peer-to-expert discussions on a variety of Demand for Good Governance related topics, including funding strategies and sharing of best practice in innovative forms of engaging media and new technologies for anti-corruption programs.

The event is being organised by Consumer Unity & Trust Society ( sponsored by PTF ( ) in collaboration with its partners in India – the Public Affairs Center ( and Transparency International India ( It is scheduled to take place from 29th November to 2nd December 2011 in the city of Jaipur, a renowned city for its cultural heritage, monuments and outstanding architecture. Jaipur is located about 160 miles (260 km) south from Delhi and is easily accessible by air, rail and road (;

The workshop will bring together organizations that receive grants from PTF (in Nepal, Mongolia, the Philippines, India and Sri Lanka). A limited number of seats are available for CSOs from outside PTF’s grantee community to promote peer learning and knowledge sharing on the theme of Engaging Citizens against Corruption. A Cost Recovery Fee of will be payable by all non-PTF participants.

For inquiries about participation, accessing content/papers and additional information, please contact Johannes Tonn ( ) or .