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Substantially reduce corruption and bribery in all their forms.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Anti-Corruption NGOs: Combat corruption, promote accountability, and advocate for anti-corruption policies.

  2. Citizens' Watchdog Groups: Monitor government activities, promote transparency, and expose corrupt practices.

  3. Whistleblower Support Organizations: Support and protect individuals who expose corruption by providing legal assistance, counseling, and advocacy.

  4. Ethics and Integrity Committees: Develop and enforce ethical standards, promoting a culture of integrity.

  5. Good Governance Advocacy Groups: Advocate for accountable and transparent governance at the local level, pushing for policies that reduce corruption.

  6. Community-based Anti-Corruption Coalitions: Local community members, businesses, and organizations that work together to combat corruption.

  7. Youth-led Integrity Initiatives: Promote integrity, transparency, and ethical behavior among youth, fostering a culture of anti-corruption.

  8. Local Transparency and Accountability Forums: Bring together community members, local authorities, and businesses to discuss transparency issues and develop solutions to reduce corruption.

  9. Legal Aid and Advocacy Centers: Provide legal assistance to individuals affected by corruption, advocating for justice and fair treatment.

  10. Public Awareness and Education Campaigns: Educate the public about the detrimental effects of corruption, encouraging informed decision-making and civic participation.

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