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“Civil Ethics Station” invite the public to countersign against corruption, and earn the gift every weekend!

  In order to arouse the public anti-corruption awareness to support the government infrastructures of ethics, since May 2016, the Department of Government Ethics, Taipei City Government establishes “Civil Ethics Station”, run by civil ethics volunteers to promote anti-corruption service at Taipei Expo Park in Yuanshan, Xinyi Public Assembly Hall and the Bopiliao Historical Block every weekend, with the expectation to arouse local anti-corruption awareness and expand the network of civil ethics in Taipei through this resident promotion pattern.

  Department of Government Ethics, Taipei City Government states that, “Taipei Expo Park in Yuanshan, Xinyi Public Assembly Hall and the Bopiliao Historical Block are all situated in convenient locations and are easily accessible by public transport. Also, there are department stores and commercial centers nearby, which make these places perfect for family outing. If people visit these three places, they can look out for these “Civil Ethics Stations.” The civil ethics volunteers at the station will demonstrate the anti-corruption measures of Taipei City Government and people can earn gifts by playing anti-corruption games or trivia quizzes after countersigning against corruption at the station. This year, in order to promote 2017 Taipei Summer Universiade, Department of Government Ethics and Department of Information Technology, Taipei City Government co-designed “Bravo and 230 memo pad” to invite people to fight against corruption and to cheer for the athletes. A limited quantity while supplies last. Moreover, people can ask for the anti-corruption drawing paper at the station, by coloring which, not only add more colors to the family anti-corruption countersigning and also help convey the integrity conception to the youngsters.

  The Civil Ethics Station will be run by experienced civil ethics volunteers from May to October 2016. Department of Government Ethics indicated that because the volunteers represent both the ethics advocates and the general public, they can easily identify themselves with the public and convey the new conceptions of integrity without difficulty and that they expect the station would involve the public together to fight corruption and build a clean government and ethical society.