This is one of the early academic pieces dealing with the engagement of faith-based organizations and communities in the fight against corruption. The author, Katharine Marshall, was the former World Bank director of the unit responsible for engagement with faith-based institutions. After a review of the problem of corruption and the responses by the international community, this report describes how faith organizations are responding and offers ten areas of action.
Marshall, Katherine. Faith and Good Governance: Towards Strengthening Global Coalitions. Georgetown University. Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, & World Affairs, 2009. Accessed June 3, 2020: https://s3.amazonaws.com/berkley-center/090117FaithGoodGovernanceTowardsStrengtheningGlobalCoalitions.pdf