Corruption hurts all of us. It leads to the wrong public policies, undermining confidence in governments’ ability to serve the public interest. But governments are not standing still: confronted with this reality, many are responding with measures to enhance public integrity. Informed by these good practices, the OECD adopted the Recommendation on Public Integrity in 2017. The Recommendation serves as a roadmap based on thirteen principles to make change happen. Real change however requires clear guidance. The new OECD Public Integrity Handbook responds to this need, providing insights on what integrity looks like and identifying the challenges governments may encounter along the way.
Informed by the Handbook, this webinar session invites critical thinking about how to put the public integrity vision into practice.
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