Guest Post: Using Animated Videos to Change Children’s Attitude Toward Corruption
Children are often the ones that suffer the effects of corruption, but they can also play a key role in changing a society's tolerance of it. The United Against Corruption campaign encourages individuals to "[e]ngage the youth of your country about what ethical behavior is, what corruption is and how to fight it." In that spirit, TRACE International has created a series of short animated stories featuring the "Bribe Busters"--an elite young team of corruption fighters who fight corruption around the world with the help of a time travel teleportation super-computer. Their mission: to ensure that children everywhere have a fair future.
Learn more about the videos and comics - available in English, French, Spanish, and in the near future Arabic - via the Global Anticorruption Blog here.
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