Audio Visual Materials
As part of its Anti-corruption campaign, UNODC has produced a video spot to illustrate that people are not simply at the mercy of corruption, and often have the power to say NO. UNODC urges broadcasters to air the video spot in support of the campaign.
UNDP Anti-Corruption PSA Vanishing
The UNDP Regional Centre in Bangkok has produced this 30-second Public Service Announcement on anti-corruption. It was produced for television broadcast on national, regional and international networks. Its simple message illustrates how corruption affects everyone - local communities, schools, hospitals, villages.
UNDP Anti-Corruption PSA Cutting Corruption
This 30-second Public Service Announcement on corruption, is an animation. This UNDP Regional Centre in Bangkok TV production shows that corruption eats away at your future and warns its audience not to be a part of it.
Día Internacional contra la Corrupción 2013
The UNODC Liaison and Partnership Office in Brazil has produced this Public Service Announcement on occasion of the International Day Against Corruption, 9 December 2013.
PORTUGAL: "IMAGES AGAINST CORRUPTION"
The Council for the Prevention of Corruption, together with the Ministry of Education, has been promoting, alongside the Portuguese Schools, the contest "Images against Corruption", with the purpose of stimulating the youngest in the reflection on the importance of ethics and citizenship issues.
The paintings and films presented
here were awarded at the 2014/2015 edition of this contest.
The films presented here were awarded last June, at the 2013/2014 edition of this contest.
The films presented here were awarded at the first edition of this contest (2012/2013).
UNODC Bolivia and the Governement produced a radio spot to promote the United Nations Convention against Corruption, the International Anti-Corruption Day and the efforts to fight corruption in Bolivia.
UNODC Brazil realized the following radio spot in Portuguese. [Listen]
UNODC and Transparency International produced a humorous radio spot to discuss the issue of corruption. (Serbian).