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Fair Play 2012 is Open Young musicians from around the world speak out against corruption

The 3rd edition of Fair Play is now open! Artists are invited to submit their anti-corruption videos to the Fair Play website until 24 July 2012.

Fair Play is a global music video competition for original songs by young bands (18-35 years) on the theme of anti-corruption. 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 at the 15th International Anti-Corruption Conference!

Showcase Fair Play Anti Corruption Music: www.youtube.com/watch

Through the first two editions, Fair Play has contributed to the global fight against corruption by engaging artists from over 50 countries as ambassadors for the anti-corruption movement, presenting Fair Play Live & Direct concerts in Brussels (2010) and Nairobi (2011), and delivering a global call to action to governments, businesses, and citizens alike to join in tackling corruption. The 2012 edition provides an opportunity for more artists to contribute their voice to the global campaign, to raise awareness and communicate the impacts of corruption in their communities to the global network of Fair Play supporters.

Fair Play is proud to announce Blitz the Ambassador (Ghana/USA), Natalia Pa’apa’a (Australia), Comrade Fatso (Zimbabwe), Tamer Abu Ghazaleh (Palestine/Egypt), Shivani Ahlowalia (USA), and Attallah Toussy (Egypt) as Fair Play 2012 ambassadors and jury members.

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Fair Play 2012 is brought to you by the JMI Foundation, the Global Youth Anti-Corruption Network and the World Bank Institute with the support and collaboration of the following local partners: Africulturban/Festa2H (Senegal), Aga Khan Music Initiative (Switzerland), AGORA (Egypt), AOLF (France), Cultural Regeneration (Cameroon), Eka3 (Lebanon), Jeunesses Musicales Croatia, Sarakasi Trust (Kenya), Music Crossroads Malawi, Music Crossroads Tanzania, Music Crossroads Zimbabwe, Musikk og Ungdom (Norway), Life Check (South Africa), Wantok (Australia), and Yole!Africa/Nyavu (DR Congo).

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