K-Test is a K-Monitor project that aims to highlight the broader social context of corruption. Our goal is to show: corruption does not begin with the acceptance of millions or billions worth of bribes but roots in our everyday social behaviour. Consequently, the fight against corruption has to be more complex than the investigation or prevention of particular crimes. It is important to recognize the social phenomena that may lead to an increase of corruption, but it is also important to see that corruption is not a distant, abstract phenomenon: it is present in our everyday choices and it is our personal responsibility to fight against it.
The test is available in Hungarian and English.