Corruption, understood as the abuse of entrusted power (or the improper use of public office in exchange) for private gain, is a major obstacle for sustainable economic development not only in Kenya, but in Africa and the rest of the world. It endangers democracy, equality, the rule of law, ethical values, and justice; and can take multiple forms. Corruption is a costly, deadly menace both politically, economically, socially and environmentally. It corrodes the fabric of society, undermines people’s trust in political and economic systems, institutions and leaders; and can cost people their freedom, health, money – and in the very worst of cases, their very lives!
Welcome to the International Psychology Congress on Corruption (IPC2019): "Succeeding Where Others Failed: The Role of Psychology in the Fight Against Corruption" November 6th – 8th, 2019; Nairobi, Kenya.
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