If you are a native English speaker please proofread these 2 short texts and make it stylistically right to sound in English:
1) The history of our society is inextricably linked with the passion of a person to avoid the rules of the game. Violators engage in corruption, dishonesty and outright bribery to get things done or for the sake of getting a high-ranking position.
Also, corruption is one of the most significant factors that slow down the economic development of governments. First of all, corruption means poor management in public institutions and government in general. 'Extra tax' in the form of kickbacks and bribes, increases the cost of production and increases the cost of services, and for the end user. Thus, the cost of someone's 'not living by the law' is paid by the whole society and affects each citizen.
The expert panel will offer to get acquainted with a variety of civilized ways of overcoming corruption in the society. On examples of the countries of the Old and Eastern Europe, Asia, the participants will discuss the lessons of successful institutional innovations that help get rid of the practice of unfair enrichment and everyday corruption.
2) Kateryna Odarchenko (moderator) – political consultant, managing
partner at SIC Group Ukraine, Member of the International Association
of Political Consultants (IAPC), President of PolitA Institute for
Democracy and Development. Kateryna is an experienced specialist in
political management and communications. She has a practical
experience in leading Ukrainian election campaigns, building political
parties and organizing political communications projects in the EU and
USA. As an organizer of the annual International GR Forum in Ukraine,
Kateryna develops the technology of civilized lobbying and helps to
create the basis for cooperative, transparent and constructive
communications between the private sector and governments in Central