We asked citizens from around the world how #corruption affects them. What did they say? Check out the video below and our issue of F&D magazine on the hidden corners of the global economy: https://t.co/cPH8zzKRHC #UnitedAgainstCorruption #AntiCorruption pic.twitter.com/0YDgM2qX9j — IMF (@IMFNews) December 9, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js To achieve the #GlobalGoals we need strong, transparent & inclusiveContinue reading “Two worthwhile videos and a call to action: #UnitedAgainstCorruption”
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What we’re reading: factulness, bad blood, human risk …
Factfulness I am currently reading Factfulness by the late Hans Rosling – and the very current Ola Rosling and Anna Rosling Rönnlund. It has some interesting insights topical for Ethical Business Practice. They’re about blame and urgency (see chapters 9-10). For example: “…blame drives us to attribute more power and influence to individuals than they deserve,Continue reading “What we’re reading: factulness, bad blood, human risk …”
Are we facing an ethics crisis?
I’ve written earlier about the work I’ve been doing focused on Strengthening global integrity and ethics – as part of a team of 70 experts from 30 countries across the globe. I’m excited that the education modules we’ve worked on are now available – you can find them, and much more about this work, here: unodc.org/e4jContinue reading “Are we facing an ethics crisis?”
Strengthening global integrity and ethics
“If young people acquire sufficient and appropriate education, they will be able to make a significant contribution towards preventing and combating crime and corruption, thus bringing about change for a better future.” – UNODC‘s Corruption and Economic Crime Branch Chief, Dimitri Vlassis It has been exciting to be part of the development of a newContinue reading “Strengthening global integrity and ethics”
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