“En quête d’intégrité”, a serious game to raise awareness about risks of integrity breaches among civil servants

This serious game, produced by the French Anticorruption Agency, aims to raise awareness among civil servants to better identify risks of integrity breaches and prevent corruption. It was produced with the financial support of the Fonds de Transformation Ministériel (Departmental Transformation Fund, Ministry of Economy, Finance and Recovery) and the FIRH (Ministry of Transformation and Public Service).

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>> Read in French / French version

By playing this game, you will :

  • Gain knowledge about the different forms of integrity breaches offences (bribery, influence peddling, illegal taking of interest, misappropriation of public funds, extorsion by public officials, favouritism) ;
  • Better identify risky situations ;
  • Gain knowledge about prevention frameworks (internal whistleblowing system, signalment of offences to the District Attorney).

For more information, a knowledge base is available (French only) along with the serious game.

This game is made of seven chapters, each playable in about 10 minutes, for a total playtime of about one hour for the whole game. Once the introduction is completed, each chapter is freely playable. At the end of each chapter, a quizz will challenge you to assess the knowledge you learned.

"En quête d'intégrité" is also available, for French public servant, on the Mentor and IGPDE e-formation platforms. Completing the game on one of these platforms will allow you to gain a completion certificate.

Do you wish for another challenge ?  The French Anticorruption Agency created several online quizzes about corruption and related offences (French only)

>> Watch the presentation video (1'36)

To access the game, please answer the following two questions (the associated data is non-personal and only used for statistical purposes – the game does not gather any personal information)- :

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