What is corruption?
ForumCiv defines corruption as an abuse of trust, power or position for improper gain benefiting a person, organisation, company or other. Corruption can be both financial or non-financial and it can include different types of behaviours and irregularities.
The most affected from corruption are the weakest and poorest members of society. Corruption leads to increased costs of living and limited or no access to fundamental services. This reduces the opportunities to break the cycle of poverty. An efficient work against corruption is essential to improve the conditions for people living in poverty.
Anti-corruption courses on our e-learning platform
Fighting Fraud in NGOs
This self-led online course defines fraud, explores why fraud happens, and introduces the five elements of a holistic anti-fraud framework you can use to fight fraud in your organization.
In this course, you vill learn: what internal controls are, key policies, procedures, and practices, about corruption in its many forms and how to address it.