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Against Corruption By Sa'eda Kilani
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There is hesitance when it comes to fighting corruption in Arab countries. While governments compete to sign international agreements and promulgate laws to curb corruption, they are in denial when... More > it comes to implementing them. Civil society organisations, despite the harsh restrictions they suffer from, are attempting to play a pivotal role in enhancing transparency and exposing corrupt practices in Arab countries.< Less
The Dragon Called Corruption By David Sonye
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In his latest book, accomplished author, humanitarian, and anthropologist David Sonye tackles the causes, effects, and practical ways of dealing with graft in Kenya.
A Users’ Guide to Measuring Corruption By UNDP Oslo Governance Centre
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A Users’ Guide to Measuring Corruption is one of the first attempts to systematically explore the practical challenges and opportunities of measuring what is increasingly viewed as one of the... More > major impediments to development: corruption. Based on a review of the literature and bolstered by more than 30 original interviews with experts in the field, A Users’ Guide provides government, civil society and the private sector with examples of “good practices” in measuring corruption. (For more information see www.undp.org/oslocentre) UPDATE: Due to demand we are now selling this book at cost.< Less
A Users' Guide to Measuring Corruption By United Nations Development Programme, Global Integrity
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A Users’ Guide to Measuring Corruption is one of the first attempts to systematically explore the practical challenges and opportunities of measuring what is increasingly viewed as one of the... More > major impediments to development: corruption. Based on a review of the literature and bolstered by more than 30 original interviews with experts in the field, A Users’ Guide provides government, civil society and the private sector with examples of “good practices” in measuring corruption. (For more information see http://www.globalintegrity.org) UPDATE: Due to enthusiastic demand from organizations in the developing world, we are now selling this book at cost.< Less
A Users' Guide to Measuring Corruption By United Nations Development Programme, Global Integrity
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A Users’ Guide to Measuring Corruption is one of the first attempts to systematically explore the practical challenges and opportunities of measuring what is increasingly viewed as one of the... More > major impediments to development: corruption. Based on a review of the literature and bolstered by more than 30 original interviews with experts in the field, A Users’ Guide provides government, civil society and the private sector with examples of “good practices” in measuring corruption. (For more information see http://www.globalintegrity.org) UPDATE: Due to enthusiastic demand from organizations in the developing world, we are now selling this book at cost.< Less
Corruption: Things Falling Apart By Kelly NGYAH
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Like sweetened candies that slowly and unnoticeably foster caries, so is the corruption phenomenon within a society. Assessed biblically, circularly and through other legal perspectives corruption... More > seems to be an ethically derogatory issue which influences the human being towards an assured regression process. It entails most human societal actions that degenerate societal morals and peace are rooted in the premise of one corrupt act or the other. Given that all human beings are born corrupt, is it possible for us to deny our true selves in order to adapt to morally modest societal standards? The study previews the contemporary view of corruption and personifies the phenomenon into a motherhood structure that lives to assure human perdition. It examines the negative impacts of political and economic corruption on poverty, education, human health, and development. It also views the phenomenon as a practical societal evil to institutionally eliminate or live with as a necessary evil.< Less
Church and State On Corruption By Kelly NGYAH
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History portrays the Church and State as sisters in combating the phenomenon of corruption within separate agendas but political philosophies deny their Unitarian focus while extremist religious... More > theology forbids their missionary similitude. However, the Church and State have an obligatory responsibility as partners to eradicate chronic societal ills―both from religious and circular perspectives. As a religious body, the church sees corruption in ‘sin’. As a circular concept, corruption is an unethical egoistic opportunity and a societal development ill. Reflecting on the works of both institutions, the conceptual values that instigate either liberal or religious citizen-ships in the fight against corrupt practices is addressed. Since corruption is an age-longed phenomenon in existence before the Church and State and seemingly heavier to be handled singly, there is therefore significant need to combine efforts and fully dedicated wills of both institutions in the legendary combat.< Less
Church Schism & Corruption By Achim Nkosi Maseko
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Roman Catholic Church is a cult and so is the Oriental Orthodox, Eastern Orthodox, Assyrian Church of the East and The Anglicans are in between. It faces schism over its pro-homosexual attitude. The... More > Protestants are non existent having evolved into either Congregational, Pentecostal or Charismatic. A billion people are followers of the Roman Catholic Cult all blinded, because they don’t believe in Jesus. “But though he had done so many miracles before them, yet they believed not on him: ‘He hath blinded their eyes, and hardened their heart; John 12:37-40. 340 million Christians are clients to the Pentecostal, Congregational and Charismatic churches who preach tithing as main Christian character. Neither Jesus nor the disciples taught this O/ T practice. This book reveals the hidden evil agendas behind these schisms and formation of churches daily by individuals only to make money from poor souls seeking salvation. Read this book, leave your comments at www.churchschisms.blogspot.com< Less
Bribery Everywhere: Chronicles From The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act By Richard L. Cassin
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A perfect companion to Bribery Abroad, this book continues the story of the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)— America's far-reaching law against overseas bribery. It talks about... More > notable cases, shows how the FCPA works, and tells what companies and individuals must do to comply with the law. Written in a style and language suitable for anyone who wants a better understanding of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Bribery Everywhere brings its subject to life. It is sure to be a great addition to the bookshelves of lawyers and laymen who want to know more about the FCPA. And it will become an important part of compliance training programs everywhere.< Less
Whistleblowing: A Practical Guide By Brian Martin
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You discover some wrongdoing, such as corruption, injustice or danger to the public. What should you do? If you do nothing, the problem will continue. If you speak out, you become a target for attack... More > — and the problem may still continue. Whistleblowing: A Practical Guide tells how to assess your options, prepare for action, use low-profile operations, negotiate official channels, leak, build support and survive the experience. It is filled with sample cases that show what can happen when you make incorrect assumptions or fall into common traps. The advice in this guidebook is based on the author’s contact with hundreds of whistleblowers and dissidents, plus consultation with others experienced in the area. Although there are no guarantees of success, Whistleblowing: A Practical Guide can improve your odds of making a difference. Even if you never expect to challenge the system yourself, it will give you valuable insight into the dynamics of individual struggles and what is happening to others.< Less