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How to get involved in tackling bribery

A resource sharing ideas for tackling and reducing the risks and consequences of bribery

2013

Bribery is a scandal that takes place at all levels of society. It has the biggest impact on the poorest and most vulnerable people in a community. Bribes can be used to gain an undue advantage in many situations, both on a local and grand-scale level. Local-level bribes include offering money to an official in order to obtain a certificate or passport, turning a blind eye to an illegal act, or accessing a service quicker than others. On a grander scale, bribes are used to gain undue advantage, such as securing a contract without going through the proper procedures or influencing the legal process and avoiding prosecution.

Many countries are taking steps to improve and strengthen their anti-bribery legislation.

This resource provides ways for partner organisations to tackle and reduce the consequences of bribery.

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