Integrity and Corruption

What Indonesia thinks can be done about KKN – Report of a series of 6 Workshops to hear the views of the provinces about KKN and what they consider needs to be done
Managed and reported by Richard Holloway for the Partnership for Governance Reform
in collaboration with Forum Rektor – May 02

Breaking Through the Barriers of Systemic Corruption – Using Objectives Oriented Project Planning as a way to think through anti-corruption strategies
Richard Holloway, Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia – August 02

Corruption and Civil Society Organisations in Indonesia
By Richard Holloway – Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia

Ethics in Fund-raising
by Richard Holloway

NGO Corruption Fighters’ Resource Book – how NGOs can use monitoring and advocacy to fight corruption
By Richard Holloway

Why Bribe?
By Richard Holloway

NGOs – losing the moral high ground: corruption and misrepresentation
By Richard Holloway

Participatory Corruption Appraisal – assessing how corruption affects the Urban Poor
By Richard Holloway and Stephanie Teggeman (PPs)

Participatory Corruption Appraisal – a methodology for assessing how corruption affects the urban poor
By Richard Holloway and Stephanie Teggeman (book)

Building Institutional Integrity as a way of fighting corruption
By Richard Holloway

Stealing from the People (4 volumes)

Book 1: Corruption from top to bottom
Book 2: The Big Feast – soldier, Judge, Banker, Civil Servant
Book 3: Foreign Aid, Business, and State enterprise – counting the cost
Book 4: The Clampdown – in search of new paradigms

English edition edited by Richard Holloway

 

The Poor Speak Up – 17 stories of corruption in Indonesia
Edited by Richard Holloway

NGOs Fighting Corruption
By Richard Holloway for the IACC meeting in Durban 1996

 

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