Not only bribery: changing people's perceptions of corruption
It’s a longstanding belief that the UK is not corrupt, but is this really the case?
Explore this question with researchers from the University’s Centre for Financial and Corporate Integrity at their free, interactive event.
The current legal definition of corruption may be causing us to overlook incidences of corrupt behaviour. In UK law, corruption is only defined as bribery but criminological, political and sociological research demonstrates that, as a phenomenon, corruption is much broader.
At the event you will have the opportunity to review real-life cases and debate with fellow attendees whether corruption has or hasn’t taken place.
You will learn about scientific evidence and theories to help you develop your own perceptions of corruption and identify problematic cases in the future.
The event is free but space is limited, so please register your place as soon as possible, using the registration button.
For enquiries please contact Nicola Boyle