Whole of Society
What is whole-of-society? Read the OECD Recommendation of the Council on Public Integrity and the OECD Public Integrity Handbook's chapter on whole-of-society to learn more.
#Peruanosdeverdad online campaign
This online campaign, which includes a YouTube video, aims to counteract the norms that undermine the integrity of Peruvian society by providing new, positive norms to promote change.
Central Anti-Corruption Bureau e-learning platform
This free online training course provides 3 modules (corruption in public administration, corruption in business, and countering corruption) to public officials, entrepreneurs and students.
Culture of integrity interactive routes
This website presents interactive ‘routes’ offering activities, tools and workshops for school students, university students, and public officials, to inform, encourage reflection and propose ways of promoting integrity, enabling transparency and helping to create a culture of integrity within society.
ETICO online resource platform on ethics and corruption in education
ETICO is a dynamic clearinghouse for all information and activities related to transparency and accountability issues in education. Developed by IIEP-UNESCO, it will provide you with more than 800 references on publications, projects, policies, and norms; thematic pages on key issues in the area of ethics and corruption in education; a glossary with definitions of the most important terms used in the fight against corruption in education; an agenda displaying recent and forthcoming events, conferences, and workshops; a blog that offers the global anti-corruption community a space to publish new ideas and discuss them; and a selection of over 1,500 newspaper articles on corruption in education issues from all over the world.
Guidebook for designing and implementing open school data policies
“Open School Data: What planners need to know” published by IIEP-UNESCO addresses five key questions: What are the most critical data to publish? What format is most likely to encourage communities to make use of them? How can we foster the active engagement of citizens? What actions are required to close the accountability loop? What are the major risks attached to the opening up of information? It builds on the findings of six case studies on open data projects conducted across the Asia Pacific region, and two regional state-of-the-art reports on open school data (one in Africa and the other on Latin America) that are all accessible online on the ETICO website.
Guidebook on how to address corruption risks in the education sector
“Corrupt schools, corrupt universities: What can be done?” presents conclusions drawn from UNESCO-IIEP’s research into ethics and corruption in education. It helps to build awareness among decision-makers and education managers of the importance of combating corruption, provides them with tools to detect and assess corruption problems, and guides them in formulating strategies to curb malpractices.
Languages: Also available in Azeri and Arabic.
Guidelines for combatting corruption in higher education
This is an advisory statement for effective international practice in combatting corruption and enhancing integrity. It was developed by IIEP-UNESCO together with the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) and addresses contemporary challenges for the quality and credibility of higher education. It also provides some guidelines to the various stakeholders for effective international practice in combatting corruption in higher education – with a special focus on the role that quality assurance should play. Finally, it includes a matrix that lists some of the major issues for action and indicates which stakeholders should address them.
Guidelines on the design and development of teacher codes of conduct
These guidelines have been prepared by IIEP-UNESCO to help countries successfully design a teacher code of conduct (or review an existing one) and put in place the appropriate mechanisms to ensure its proper dissemination, application, and monitoring at all levels of the system. They are aimed both at national and local stakeholders. They follow the major steps involved in the development of a code. For more detailed information on each aspect of the guidelines, the reader is directed to the Resources and Tools that are included in annexes.
Languages: Also available in Arabic, Croatian and Lao.
Interactive world map on comparative country statistics on corruption in education
This interactive map put together by IIEP-UNESCO will allow you to access information about the existence of global corruption surveys including specific questions related to education. By clicking on the map, you can consult data available country by country.
Interactive world map on teacher codes of conduct
This interactive map put together by IIEP-UNESCO will allow you to consult examples of teacher codes of conduct from around 76 different countries worldwide.
Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) « Corruption, favoritisme, détournement… Comment les prévenir dans la gestion locale ? »
This open online course consists of 4 sessions, and deals with subjects such as corruption, favouritism, misappropriation of public funds, and conflict of interest.
Online course “Contralores Ciudadanos” (Citizen Comptroller)
This online course is offered as part of the Chilean General Comptroller of the Republic Studies centre (“Centro de Estudios de la Administración del Estado”), and teaches the public about public administration, ethics, probity and administrative transparency, and whistleblowing.
Online learning materials for students
This site brings together different learning materials – including online games, cartoons, exercises and competitions – targeted at children and young adults to teach them about subjects including integrity and ethics.
Online Trivia game [email protected] (“Citizens”) for students
This online game develops the knowledge of 10-16 years old students about topics such as democracy, governance, human rights, participation, public concerns and transparency in a fun and interactive way.
Training course on transparency, accountability and anti-corruption measures in education
This is a training course designed and taught by IIEP-UNESCO on diagnostic tools to assess corruption risks in education and successful strategies to improve transparency and accountability in national education systems. It combines individual readings, interactive online discussions, and collaborative group work.
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