International Bribery Course Overview
Bribery and corruption are found in all countries. They hurt the poor disproportionately, undermine economic growth and are a barrier to poverty alleviation and good governance.
Organisations like the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development and the United Nations recognise that corruption is a major barrier to global social and economic development, and there is a range of well-established international conventions like the UN’s Convention against Corruption.
The Bribery Act 2010 brought UK legislation into line with the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention by defining the offences of bribery, increasing fines and prison sentences, and extending the scope of the law.
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Fraud Bribery and Corruption eLearning Outcomes
- Define fraud, corruption and bribery
- Describe the key steps of dealing with facilitation payments
- Explain how our procurement policy protects the organisation and employees from corruption
- Assess whether a payment, gift or hospitality might constitute a bribe.