First published on the UN Office on Drugs and Crime “Corruption threatens our security. It drives organised crime. It corrodes our economy. It crushes opportunities for development. And it traps people in cycles of inequality and poverty,” said UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) executive director Ghada Waly in her message on International Anti-Corruption Read more >
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