FPIN member Roberto Laver’s “How might faith-based actors play a role in changing values and norms of corruption?” originally published on the Corruption and Fragile…
The Faith and Public Integrity Network aims to address corruption by nurturing an enduring global community of Christians who pursue public integrity work in their local communities, nationally, and globally.
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Resources about corruption and the church are constantly being created. This library facilitates global circulation, encourages commentary, and helps track trends of the conversation on faith and public integrity.
The Joint Learning Initiative on Faith and Local Communities and the Faith and Public Integrity Network co-hosted a Faith and Anticorruption webinar on March 22,…
Under the teaching voice of Fides founder, Roberto Laver, this extensive course in Spanish takes learners through a Scripture-infused journey to learn about why we need to invest deeply in fighting corruption and growing in our own public integrity.
An article by Kelly O’Donnell organizes and introduces 10 integrity and anti-corruption resources that have been developed within the Lausanne Movement; 5 resources were written for its third Congress (2010), and 5 resources have been written since then (2010-2020).
This report discusses the concept of institutional integrity, how it has been applied in practice, and the potential of international cooperation to contribute to it.
Honorable Rabbi Sirajin Rollings-Kamara is a former Member of Parliament in Sierra Leone, currently serving as the President and Founder of Christians In Governance and…
Leaders play a key role in building a culture of and value for integrity in their company or organization. But what happens when that person…
Niels Patrick Ceniza Riconalla has worked as a public servant for 24 years across three government offices. He served as Acting Division Chief of the…
The coronavirus pandemic has taken a drastic human toll, infecting millions and killing hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. This is not only a health crisis but also an economic and social one. Throughout the world, the virus has compelled governments to severe lock downs, causing the most brutal recession in living memory. The impact of the virus, however, is not the same for everyone.