If you think you're not affected by corruption -- think again.
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Corruption hurts all of us in different ways. In some countries, corruption takes place behind closed doors, invisible to most people -- but they nevertheless still suffer its consequences. In many countries, people have to deal with corruption on a daily basis, with the result that the poor do not have access to the most basic public services. But just because corruption is part of all of our lives, it doesn't mean we have to accept it. Find out how people around the world are stopping corruption.
The United Nations Convention against Corruption has created a global legal framework for combating one of the greatest scourges of our time. But without monitoring and vigilance, in particular by civil society organisations, it is doubtful that all of the Convention's signatories will live up to their commitments. This six-part suite of animated training videos from Transparency International provides a compelling and fast-paced tutorial for organisations and activists on how to use the review mechanism built into the Convention to bring pressure to bear on governments to more effectively fight corruption.
Transparency International is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption. With its over 90 national chapters around the world it brings people together in a powerful worldwide coalition to end the devastating impact of corruption on men, women and children around the world.
TIs mission is to create change towards a world free of corruption.
Transparency International is the global civil society organisation leading the fight against corruption. With its over 90 national chapters around the world it brings people together in a powerful worldwide coalition to end the devastating impact...