International Anti-Corruption Day

Corruption is the biggest social crime which happens in both developed and undeveloped countries. It affects the political, social and economic development of the entire country. But poorest peoples becomes the primary victims of the corruption. As of now the most corrupted countries in the world are NorthKorea, Afghanistan, Somalia, Iraq and Haiti. The International Anti-corruption Day will bring major awareness to the people about that issue and unites the people to fight against that problem.

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International Anti-Corruption Day

“Fighting Corruption is not just good governance. It’s self-defence and patriotism.” – Joe Biden

History of Anti-Corruption Day

The International anti-corruption day was first started on December 9 of 2003 by the General Assembly of United Nations as a way fo fight against the corruption and to improve awareness to the people about the corruption. The official reason to create this day was concerned about threads set up by the corruption to the stability and security of society, value of democracy, ethical value, justice and the rule of law. Since the day was first held, the United Nations development programme and united nations office on drugs and crime have said that the intolerance towards corruption has grown rapidly. This is proven by the increased number of politicians and chief executives those are convicted and tried for the crime.

How to Celebrate International Anti-Corruption Day

In many ways, the government, non-governmental organisations and private business are involved in creating organisational activities to report the incidents of corruption. On this year UNODC and UNDP had developed a global campaign which will focus on how corruption affects health, education, democracy, development and prosperity. You can help those who are affected by crime effectively by donating some money to the charity that takes care of those affected peoples. There are plenty of organisations are available to sponsor an abandoned Somalian child. If you are decided to celebrate this day, you make sure that you have the done little bit better than this process. You can use #Anti-CorruptionDay to post on social media.

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