How to prevent political corruption – Stephanie Honchell Smith

From TED Ed.

Explore common types of corruption and find out what we can do to combat it and promote transparency in our institutions.

Corruption is often defined as misuse of a position of power for personal gain. And while corruption in politics is nothing new, it isn’t limited to the political sphere; it can happen in schools, sports, businesses, or religious institutions. So, what exactly is corruption, and what can we do to combat it? Stephanie Honchell Smith explores the importance of transparency in building public trust.

Lesson by Stephanie Honchell Smith, directed by Jeff Le Bars, JetPropulsion.space.

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