How might faith-based actors play a role in changing values and norms of corruption?

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 States Blog of the Fletcher School on March 29, 2021 Having grown up in Argentina, with its consistently high levels of societal corruption, I am quite familiar with the significant…

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[Webinar] Faith and Anticorruption

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, 2021. Listen to the conversation below that explores the opportunities and challenges for faith leaders and organizations in promoting public integrity and fighting corruption.  Corruption, particularly endemic corruption, is widely…

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Hon. Sirajin Rollings-Kamara, Christians in Governance

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 as Focal Person for Micah Global Sierra Leone. He previously worked with Global Recordings Network (formerly Gospel Recordings) for 15 years and served as Coordinator for West and Central Africa.…

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Felipe Augusto, ANAJURE

Felipe Augusto is the Executive Director of ANAJURE (Brazilian Association of Christian Lawyers), a non-governmental organization focused on the defense of the fundamental civil liberties, in particular religious freedom, freedom of expression, and migrants’ rights. Recognizing that it is impossible to effectively protect and promote civil liberties without combating corruption, part of Felipe’s work has…

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Alfred Wimana Sebahene, St John’s University of Tanzania Dodoma, Tanzania

Dr. Alfred Wimana Sebahene holds a PhD in Systematic Theology from University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, majoring in Public Theology, Theological Ethics and Anti-Corruption Studies, and holds MA and BA Honours degrees from Middlesex University, Oak Hill College, London, United Kingdom. For the last thirteen years, Alfred has been a lecturer, researcher, social ethics specialist and anti-corruption consultant at…

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[Article Review] “The Psychology Behind Unethical Behavior”

Some introductory comments by Kelly O’Donnell, PsyD on the article:The Psychology Behind Unethical Behavior by Merete Wedell-Wedellsborg, Harvard Business Review (12 April 2019) A bitter truth is better than a sweet lie. Uzbek proverb Wondering what makes us “tick” when it comes to making unethical decisions? This article can help. It offers a quick, readable…

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[Webinar] Open Consultation: How to use digital media to stir believers into action?

In response to a lively email dialogue, we organized a webinar consultation hosted by Peter Mathias about his ongoing work in Nigeria. Peter kicked off the discussion with context about his work, then invited a discussion that dove into positive messaging strategies, collaboration, and potential examples to learn from in Uganda, Honduras, and Kenya. Video Audio only

Martin Allaby

Martin is a British doctor and public health specialist who has worked for 10 years in South Asia and conducted field research in Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam, the Philippines, Kenya, Zambia and Peru. His PhD from the Oxford Centre for Mission Studies was published under the title ‘Inequality, Corruption and the Church: Challenges and Opportunities…

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