This paper attempts at illuminating the Ethics Club''s activism in relation with one of the pillars of globalization, democratic/good governance and youth integration in Cameroon. The paper problematizes the global context and the main theme driving the Ethics Club activism. It further examines Ethics Club as framework of youth integration and participation and highlights suggestions that could improve the efficiency of this youth movement and direct government policy towards young people. The paper finds that renewing hope for young people in Cameroon, as elsewhere on the African continent, would have to entail overcoming the vestiges of corruption and consolidating a robust democratic governance as well as ethics in leadership. It also finds that the ruling coalition welcomes the Ethics Club with great enthusiasm. It further finds that Information and Communication Technologies associated to globalization are transforming Cameroonian society at a remarkable speed. Therefore, young people must be given the possibility to ensure their own survival through a transparent system of decision-making that puts them at the centre.