[ap-intact] INFO: Freedom from corruption is ‘Human Right’ - researchers

In a position paper published by The Brookings Institution, University of Richmond law professor Andrew Spalding and Center for Business Ethics and Corporate Governance co-founder Matthew Murray "argue for acknowledging freedom from official corruption as a fundamental and inalienable human right."

Read the story by Jeffrey Young, in Voice of America. http://www.voanews.com/content/two-researchers-say-freedom-from-corruption-is-human-right/2672847.html

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