Anti-Corruption Toolkit Overview
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Author: Working Groups


Anti-Corruption Toolkit Overview

Corruption is recognised to be one of the world’s greatest challenges. It is a major obstacle to sustainable development, diverting resources from their proper use, and has considerable negative impact on the private sector and society on the whole.

In the current academic environment, corporate responsibility and sustainability have entered, but not yet become, embedded in the mainstream of management-related education. The UN-supported Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) therefore emphasises and supports a timely global call for business schools and management-related academic institutions worldwide to adapt their curricula, research, teaching methodologies and institutional strategies to sustainability and business challenges and opportunities.

The PRME Working Group on Anti-Corruption, supported through the Siemens Integrity Initiative, has developed a PRME Anti-Corruption Toolkit, which provides comprehensive guidelines for anti-corruption curriculum change, including eleven modules with background reading material, detailed case discussions, and an array of primary sources and scenarios. The modules can be used individually or as a stand-alone MBA course on anti-corruption. The aim of the Toolkit is to address the ethical, moral, and practical challenges that students may face in the marketplace. Visit this free open source Toolkit to access content, suggest changes or updates to existing material, or contribute new resources.

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