The organization Towards Transparency, currently the official contact of Transparency International in Vietnam, released today the report Youth Integrity in Vietnam, which reveals the results of the Youth Integrity Survey carried out in the country in 2010.
The survey questioned 1,022 young individuals between 15 and 30 years of age across 11 urban and rural provinces. A control sample of 519 adults over 30 years of age was also used in the methodology. They were questioned on their understanding of integrity and its relevance to society, on their perceptions on corrupt behavior and also on their experience with corruption.
Additionally, the survey aimed at assessing the impact of an anti-corruption education policy, introduced in Vietnamese schools and universities in December 2009, on the respondents’ ethical views.
The summary and full versions of the report can be accessed here.