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JOB OPPORTUNITY: Project Manager, Afghanistan Access to Justice (UNDP)

Vacancy End Date                          03 May 2016 (Midnight Geneva, Switzerland)

Duty Station                                    Kabul, Afghanistan

Education & Work Experience        I-Master's Level Degree - 7 year(s) experience

Languages Required                      English

Bureau                                            Asia & the Pacific

Contract Duration                            1 Year with possibility for extension

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INFO: Justifying Unethical Behavior - A Revealing Global Survey.  "In a world in which there has recently been 'an unprecedented level of cross-border cooperation in enforcement' to counter fraud and corruption, there is also stark evidence that pressure continues to bring out the worst in executives. A survey just out states that 42% of those surveyed justify unethical behavior to get the right results."

Report by Dina Medland, in Forbes: http://www.forbes.com/sites/dinamedland/2016/04/18/justifying-unethical-behavior-a-revealing-global-survey/#745b0c597d53

INFO: China's anti-corruption program extends to spouses, children of corrupt officials.  In an attempt to curtail corruption in China, President Xi Jin Ping is expanding the application of anti-corruption measures to families of corrupt officials.

Story in Lawyer Herald: http://www.lawyerherald.com/articles/43172/20160419/chinas-anti-corruption-program-extends-spouses-children-corrupt-officials.htm

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