This study explores corruption in Rwanda and highlights the necessity of developing anti-corruption education as a way of combating corruption. It argues that an effective campaign against corruption should consider promoting anti-corruption education with the aim of enabling present and future generations to maintain and live out the Ubupfura (meaning "trust/respect") ethical values. Considering the link between anti-corruption and peacebuilding efforts, as explained in this study, it is underlined that continuous efforts to raise such generations could undoubtedly move Rwandan society toward a sustainable peace. Peacebuilders, anti-corruption agents, and public policymakers are the primary beneficiaries of the study.
|Publisher:||Springer International Publishing|
|Edition description:||1st ed. 2019|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)|
Table of ContentsPart I. General Introduction.- Chapter 1. Introduction, Research Objectives and Overview.- Part II. An Overview of Corruption: The Concept of Corruption and Conventional Anti-corruption Measures.- Chapter 2. The Concept of Corruption.- Chapter 3. Conventional Anti-corruption Measures.- Part III. The Nexus Between Anti-corruption and Peacebuilding.- Chapter 4. Anti-corruption Measures and Peacebuilding.- Part IV. Research Methods.-Chapter 5. Research Approach, Research Design and Data Collection.- Part V. Exploration of the Rwandan Context and Ace as an Alternative.- Chapter 6. The Rwandan Context.- Chapter 7. Anti-corruption Education as an Alternative Approach to Corruption.- Part VI. Data and Analysis on the Proposed ace.- Chapter 8. Anti-corruption Education: Ubupfura Model.- Chapter 9. Evaluation of Nibakurane Ubupfura Teachings.- Part VII. Conclusion.- Chapter 10. Summary and Conclusions.- Bibliography.- Appendices.- Durban University of Technology.- International Centre of Nonviolence (ICON).- About the Author.