It will involve 130 young leaders from over 50 countries, the organizers say.
During the week-long training, young people will attend an intensive anticorruption course on the reasons and signs of corruption and will look with the school's lectors for ways to ensure transparency and prevent corruption in every day life in their countries.
Major attention will be given to the improvement of participant's practical skills. The school will be opened by Transparency International chair Delia Matilde Ferreira Rubio.
The transparency school is being organized for the 9th time by the Transparency International Lithuanian Chapter in cooperation will the Vilnius-based Mykolas Romeris University.