Force 4 Compassion - end human trafficking
Human Trafficking Hotline 1-888-3737-888

Force 4 Compassion Human Trafficking News: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime

Corruption in specific areas

Corruption in specific areas

Close linkages exist between corruption and various specific areas, such as sports or wildlife and forest crime. UNODC explores these linkages with the aim to increase the understanding of the far-reaching impact of corruption and to support States in developing effective and targeted responses.

Corruption and sports

The world of sports has gone through dramatic evolution resulting in many challenges and opportunities. Factors such as increasing professionalization and expansion of scope of the sports industry, combined with a diverse and multifaceted approach to regulation and governance of sports organizations, has resulted in many benefits.

However, a major downside is that some of the associated risks of this evolution for sports organizations and law enforcement agencies as well as other stakeholders have not been adequately assessed or mitigated.áRead more╗

Corruption and wildlife and forest crime

Wildlife and forest crime is a serious and growing problem, posing a significant threat to the environment and negatively impacting economic and social development, security and governance. It comprises the fourth largest illegal trade worldwide after arms, drugs and human trafficking, and frequently links with other forms of serious crime such as fraud, money laundering, and corruption.áRead more╗

Human rights

Countering corruption contributes to further strengthen human rights. The United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) recognizes principles such integrity, accountability, transparency and the right to information, all of which reinforces the practical application and respect for human rights.

Moreover, by requiring States parties to take measures to strengthen judicial integrity and to prevent opportunities for corruption among members of the judiciary and the prosecution service, the Convention, consistent with human rights law, requires States parties to strengthen integrity standards as a key to prevent and counter corruption.áRead more╗


Human Trafficking News
Human Trafficking Legislation
RSS Feed
Modern-day Slavery
What is Human Trafficking?
How We Help
Hotline 888-3737-888
Survivor Stories
Give & Volunteer
Give - F4C Store
Give - Bracelets
Give - Scarves
Volunteer - Dream Center
Volunteer - Arrow Ministries
Joel Osteen Ministries
Lakewood Church
Rescue & Restore
Fashion 4 Compassion
New Orleans Mission
Harris County Sheriff's Office
Arrow Ministries
Freedom Place

Copyright © 2010-2021 Force 4 Compassion, a division of Fashion 4 Compassion, Inc. - a 501c3 non-profit organization | 317 Ranch Road 620 S | Suite 202 | Austin, Texas 78734