Legal Approaches to Supporting Good Governance and Integrity in Africa
Drawing on numerous recent examples of good and bad practice from around the continent, this insightful volume explores the legal issues involved in developing and enhancing good governance and accountability within African states, as well as addressing the need for other states worldwide to demonstrate the ‘transnational political will’ to support these efforts.
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- Combating Corruption Legal Approaches to Supporting Good Governance and Integrity in Africa
- About the author
- Table of cases
- Table of statutes
- Chapter 1: Setting the scene: law and persuasion
- Chapter 2: Law and governance in Africa: supporting integrity and combating corruption
- Chapter 3: Preventive measures: maintaining integrity in the public service
- Chapter 4: When things go wrong: addressing integrity problems in the public service
- Chapter 5: Constitutions, constitutional rights and combating corruption: exploring the links
- Chapter 6: Investigating and prosecuting corruption-related offences: challenges and realities
- Chapter 7: National anti-corruption bodies: a key good governance requirement?
- Chapter 8: Judges: independence, integrity and accountability
- Chapter 9: Combating corruption: 'persuasion' and the private sector
- Chapter 10: Preventing the looting of state assets: combating corruption-related money laundering
- Chapter 11: Preventing public officials from enjoying their proceeds of corruption
- Chapter 12: Laws, political will and the art of persuasion
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Chapter 1: Setting the scene: law and persuasion
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