International Anti-Corruption Day 2018: The Power of People’s Pressure

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9 December is International Anti-Corruption Day. Corruption impacts the poorest and most vulnerable in society the hardest. It is ordinary citizens who suffer most when the corrupt steal funds intended for public services like infrastructure, healthcare and education, or take back-handers to award lucrative contracts to their cronies. One in four people around the world say they have had to pay a bribe to access public services in the past twelve months. But, when ordinary people fight back against corruption, they can make a real difference. Read more here.

Source: Transparency International

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