Doing Good Without Bribery
Doing Good Without Bribery
This free online learning module provides a comprehensive anti-bribery training course designed by leading experts in the field. Transparency International UK (TI-UK) is an anti-corruption charity that promotes free access to the best available anti-bribery training.
Aimed at those working in international development, this course supports organisations in training their personnel, whether this is front-line staff, support staff or management, as well as third parties such as local partners and contractors. It is based on TI-UK’s more than four years’ experience of providing face-to-face training for those in international development.
The course is designed to be non-linear so there is no requirement to complete every section. At any point in the course you can return to the contents page by clicking the course menu icon at the top left-hand corner. The exercises are updated regularly and you are encouraged to return to the course periodically to keep your knowledge up to date. We value any feedback you have and welcome any suggestions for new exercises.
You can quit and re-enter the course as often as you like. There are no restrictions on the number of times you can take the course or the number of individuals from the same organisation who can take it.
- What is bribery and why is it important?
- Bribery laws and the consequences of bribery for you
- How to prevent and resist bribery
- How to report cases of bribery
- Editor: Peter van Veen
- Project managers: Anders Rune, Alice Shone
- Researchers: Piyumi Galappatti, Katy Hall
This course was kindly supported by Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), Coffey, Skillcast and the Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD), who were all members of the Advisory Committee. We would also like to thank the following for providing input: Peter Wilkinson; Simon Major from WWF UK; Donna Lusti from WWF International; and, Mary Eastwood from Oxfam.
Comments and feedback
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- Anti-Bribery Principles and Guidance for NGOs, Bond anti-bribery NGO working group, London, 2011
- Anti-Bribery Principles for Not-for-profit Organisations, Transparency International UK, London 2014
- Real Lives, True Stories, Transparency International, Berlin, 2014
- Bribery Act 2010: Guidance to help commercial organisations prevent bribery, Ministry of Justice (London, 2011)
- Click here to access Transparency International Norway and the IFRC’s joint e-learning course on corruption in humanitarian aid
- If you experience any issues accessing the course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.