In his public sector corruption keynote, Afra Raymond talks about corruption as a crime as devastating to a country as any other, yet one that is not talked about with the same intensity as violent crimes like murder.
To begin his keynote, Raymond first establishes that there is just as much corruption in the private sector as there is in the public sector. He references his experience in the private sector as the source of his knowledge on this topic.
Raymond goes on to talk about several corruption myths, one of which is that corruption is actually just a small problem or worse, not a problem at all. He asserts that it is a dangerous approach to think that corruption is just a small problem that has gone on forever and will never go away.
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