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INTRODUCTION
DEFINITION, EFFECTS, EXTENT AND HYPOTHESES OF CORRUPTION
2.1 What is Corruption? Definitions and Forms
2.2 Negative Effects on Development
2.3 Who Benefits from Corruption? Who Suffers from its Effects?
2.4 Extent and Perception of Corruption
2.5 Hypotheses: Culture, Ecclesiology, Confessions
2.6 The Gender Dimension of Corruption
EXPERIENCES AND EFFORTS (1995-2010)
3.1 Experiences and Efforts of Churches
3.2 Experiences and Efforts of Development Agencies
3.3 Experiences and Efforts of Mission Organisations
3.5 Learning from Business
3.6 Learning from Politics
3.7 Learning from Non-Governmental Organisations
3.8 Successes and Obstacles
RELIGIOUS AND ETHICAL FOUNDATION AGAINST CORRUPTION
4.1 Biblical Foundation: Corruption is Unjust and Sin
4.2 Responsible Leadership: Core for Corruption- Free Churches
4.3 Religious Foundations in Other World Religions
4.4 Ethical Values and Virtues to Overcome Corruption
35 RECOMMENDATIONS FOR CHURCHES AND RELATED INSTITUTIONS
5.1 Overcoming Corruption by Theology, Ecclesiology, Ethics
5.2 Overcoming Corruption by Leadership and Gov- ernance
5.3 Overcoming Corruption by Stewardship of Re- sources and Projects
5.4 Overcoming Corruption by Preaching, Teaching, Educating
5.5 Overcoming Corruption by Gender Equity and Women’s Empowerment
5.6 Overcoming Corruption by Sanctions and Courts
CONCLUSION
APPENDICES: CODES, STATEMENTS, ACTION PLANS
A1) India 2001: Code of Transparency for Churches
A3) India 2010: Appeal to Concerned Church Leaders
A5) Cameroon 2002: Youths Code of Conduct against Corruption
A6) All Africa Conference of Churches 2003: Recommendations
A8) United Evangelical Mission 2002: Code of Conduct
A9) Minimum Standards for Candidates for Church Elections
A10) Corruption in Construction and Management of Resources
A11) Responsible Management of Resources. Checklist
A12) Ethical and Spiritual Leadership Self Test
Ethical and Spiritual Leadership. Self Test
A13) Code of Responsible Leadership
A14) Who does/ should monitor corruption? Checklist
A15) Code for the Prevention of Sexual Abuse 2010
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