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December 09, 2008 

International Anti-Corruption Day: Your No Counts

December 9th is International Anti-Corruption Day.

In order to promote the launch of their 2008-2009 anti-corruption campaign, the U.N. Office of Drugs and Crime (UNODC) has produced the following 60 second video that promotes the power to say no when confronted with bribery.

The aim of UNODC's 2008-2009 anti-corruption communication campaign is to support a positive and pro-active stance against corruption and to promote the U.N. Convention against Corruption as the key tool to fight corruption worldwide.

The UNODC has produced a number of logos, posters, leaflets and other materials in a variety of languages in order to promote the "Your No Counts" anti-corruption campaign.

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Very nice Anti-corruption campaign. I hope it achieves its goal. Corruption has no place in any society.

Greets feed in tariff consultant

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