The devastating effects that fraud, bribery and corruption in engineering and construction have had worldwide inspired the creation of Ethicana.
The film is the centerpiece production of the Anti-Corruption Education and Training Initiative, a consortium of 12 cooperating agencies including the American Society of Civil Engineers. ACET is a collaborative effort led by a global team of educators, engineering professionals and communicators.
Why Ethicana and why now?
• Corruption in the construction and engineering industries robs communities of the funds to build schools, hospitals, roads, water projects, and other vital infrastructure.
• Corruption promotes violence and costs lives.
• Corruption is a huge economic burden, estimated to approach $500 billion annually worldwide.
Subtitled in 28 languages and accompanied by a comprehensive set of training materials, Ethicana is intended for corporate training and university teaching.