Against Corruption: a collection of essays
Leading politicians, activists, journalists and academics begin a global debate about how we can fight back against corruption.
Corruption is the cancer at the heart of many of the world’s problems. It destroys jobs and holds back growth. It fuels instability and terrorism. It traps the poorest in poverty. It even corrodes trust in the sports we love.
In this collection of essays leading politicians, activists, journalists and academics begin a global debate about how we can fight back.
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