Corruption! Ethical revolt, virtual visit

"Corruption! Ethical Revolt” is an educational exhibition that seeks to stimulate reflection on this phenomenon and its importance in the construction of advanced democracies, but also to provoke personal reflection on areas in which the personal attitude of the visitor could modify and improve small-scale corrupt systems.

Corruption is a corrosive phenomenon that can lead to very profound social, economic and political crises, leading to discouragement and powerlessness in the population, weakening democracy and, thus, human rights. The expository account details that corrupt and fraudulent behaviors arise in societies with a certain moral ambiguity, in which individualism, relativism, and the crisis of values are predominant.

Virtual visit 360º Guide for family or group visits

Enter the virtual tour

Activity to accompany the virtual visit in group or family

Guide for teachers to make the virtual visit with students of 4th ESO, Baccalaureate and Training cycles of middle and upper grades

Related competences, curricular contents and evaluation indicators

Guide for teachers

Related competences, curricular contents and evaluation indicators

 

Three complementary activities to the exhibition

Activity 1. What is corruption? Support material for activity 1

Activity 1. What is corruption?

Support material for activity 1

Activity 2. Who commits corruption? Activity 2 in the classroom. Who commits corruption?

Activity 2. Who commits corruption?

Activity 2 in the classroom. Who commits corruption?

Activity 3. What can I do about corruption? Support material for activity 3

Activity 3. What can I do about corruption?

Support material for activity 3