[ap-intact] COMMENTARY: Anti-Corruption Education vs. Pro-Corruption Culture in Indonesia

"A person who lived in Indonesia can easily say that a lot of Indonesian people may indeed not know that certain wrongful behavior is (illegal) corruption. For example, giving petty cash to a public official as “gratitude” for expediting the issuance of a national identification card would not be considered as corrupt behavior by many Indonesians."

Read the guest post by Shinta Nur Fauzia, in the Global Anticorruption Blog. http://globalanticorruptionblog.com/2015/03/30/anti-corruption-education-versus-pro-corruption-culture/

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