2 edition of Anti-corruption struggles in Uganda found in the catalog.
Anti-corruption struggles in Uganda
Includes bibliographical references (p. 63-67).
|Series||Working paper ;, no. 77/2002, CBR working paper ;, no. 77.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||67 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||67|
|LC Control Number||2005327301|
Op-Eds Kenya: Anti-Corruption – Who Can Stop the Reggae? 6 min read.. Borrowing a leaf from other dubious anti-corruption campaigns engineered by beleaguered African regimes, the current Noordin Haji-led clean-up has targeted allies and lieutenants of Deputy President, William Ruto. Acknowledgments vii Introduction 1 1 Corruption, People, and Power 7 2 Approaches to Curbing Corruption 25 3 Blacklisting Corrupt Candidates: Korea 37 4 Digital Resistance for Clean Politicians: Brazil 67 5 Citizens Protect an Anticorruption Commission: Indonesia 89 6 Nonviolent Resistance Against the Mafia: Italy 7 A Citizen Pillar Against Corruption: India .
She investigated people's anti-corruption campaigns in 16 countries and in her book reports on 12 of them, including ones in Korea, Brazil, Indonesia, India, Afghanistan and Uganda. Each case study is presented systematically, including contexts, campaign strategies and tactics, outcomes, analysis of the struggle and lessons learned. focuses on anti-corruption, attending to measures, policies and strategies for fighting corruption. A prominent theme in this section concerns the roleof institutions and governance in combat ing corruption. t The section also considers anti-corruption strategies in aid and international development and theories of corruption. Section 4.
Book Review - A Rebel in Government: A New Style Auto Biography, by Lawan A. Gadanya, published by Gidan Dabino, Kano (ISBN X), pp. Similarly, the anti-corruption court was initially also confined to Jakarta. This changed after revisions to the law on the anti-corruption courts, passed by the House of Representatives in , stipulated the establishment of local anti-corruption courts in all of Indonesia’s by: 3.
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That is why we are holding the Anti-Corruption Summit in London and why I have compiled this book. The essays in this book are not about trying to. Thus, tactics are sequenced. In the anti-corruption realm, the social audit is an example of such sequenced activities built on acquiring information.
An example of civic actions at the international level took place recently in London prior to the Anti-Corruption Summit which ended on May 12 and was mentioned in the : David Reinbold. Africans need independent anti-corruption structures, which should be led by agencies in the private sector or civil society.
Such agencies will ensure that corrupt officials are brought to book, as well as forcing police and public watchdogs to follow up on cases of corruption exposed in the media and by whistleblowers. The paged book painstakingly considers the many faceted perspectives of this proposition from a review of existing treatment of grand corruption schemes in domestic criminal law settings to a look at the wide-ranging scope of human rights protected by the African Charter on Human and Peoples’ Rights and other international treaties.
This book studies the role of tabloid newspapers in exposing corruption and embezzlement in Africa. It makes a, timeless, original contribution to the field by examining tabloid journalism practices and anti-corruption forces that have not yet been introduced to.
This book studies the role of tabloid newspapers in exposing corruption and embezzlement in Africa. It makes a timeless, original contribution to the field by examining tabloid journalism practices and anti-corruption forces that have not yet been introduced to Brand: Palgrave Macmillan.
Corruption in Yemen is a highly serious is the most corrupt country in the Gulf region. It is also the poorest country in the Middle East, "with an exceptionally high birth rate, acute rates of child malnutrition and rapidly dwindling reserves of oil and water."In Yemen, according to Chatham House, "corruption, poverty and inequality are systemic"; in the words.
NTV Uganda went on air in December The Station airs across Uganda as a free-to-air Channel. NTV Uganda is a subsidiary of Nation Media Group. This “Voices from the Field” webinar occurred on Wednesday, May 24 from p.m.
EST. Watch the webinar below: Webinar summary: This webinar will discuss ongoing struggles in Uganda, including successes in organizing and training peasant farmers, as well as the role of activists and leaders from the informal transportation sector.
Politics, Donors and the Ineffectiveness of Anti-Corruption Institutions in Uganda Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Modern African Studies 44(01). A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
Kampala, Uganda | THE INDEPENDENT | President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has said government officials stealing government money will not find happiness in their riches as the rest of the society struggles to get a living.
Museveni, who was opening the 9th commonwealth anti-corruption heads of agencies conference at Lake Victoria Serena Hotel on Monday, said it. Oloka-Onyango is a Professor of International Human Rights and Constitutional Law based at the School of Law, Makerere University, Uganda.
For several years he directed the Human Rights & Peace Centre (HURIPEC) and served as Dean of Law. Corruption. It is an overloaded word often used as the sole cause of the problems in poor countries.
Yet, corruption seems to be everywhere, indeed often encouraged by rich countries and their corporations, especially when it comes to natural resources, and arms trade. This important book captures the lessons from ongoing struggles and the early successes.
Productive failures and emerging practices are identified, analyzed and promulgated for interdisciplinary learning by, and for the inspiration of, like-minded individuals, organizations, communities and nations worldwide.
Corruption in the post-colonial government of Kenya has a history which spans the era of the Jomo Kenyatta and Daniel arap Moi's KANU governments, Mwai Kibaki's PNU government and the current Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubillee Party government.
In the Corruption Perceptions Index Kenya is ranked th out of countries for corruption, tied with Azerbaijan, Nepal, Nigeria. The West and “African corruption” Widely condemned as undermining transparency and anti-corruption efforts, "Saving Uganda from Its Oil," Foreign Policy in Focus, J 8 Understanding CorrUption in Criminal JUstiCe as a r obUst and resilient s ystem anti-corruption programming.
Uganda conflict in the North of Uganda, and the ongoing political struggles in the DRC, these contexts are marked by violent events. The core team believes any. Uganda. Table 1 presents an overview of these cases and Table 2 provides short descriptions of them.
Another source of recent documentation of bottom-up anti-corruption and accountability projects is Citizens Against Corruption: Report from the Front Line (Landell Mills, ). CORRUPTION International –.
Bangladesh, and has studied women in politics in Uganda and South Africa. She is currently working on the challenge of improving state responsiveness to poor and marginalized citizens.
This has involved research into the anti-corruption struggles of the poor in India. She is the editor of Getting Institutions Right for Women in. Curbing corruption with civil resistance. Italy and Uganda.
The overall message of the book is one of hope. It is nonviolent, strategic and collective action that creates shifts in attitudes. Across a diverse set of the cases, Beyerle shows regular citizens moving “from resignation to action,” and succeeding in their struggles against.A special anti-corruption force has been created, the audit court has been restructured, and an anti-corruption court has been established.
Despite those government efforts, corruption remains a very serious problem in Burundi according to several international reports, such as the US Department of State Human Right Report, or Transparency.