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PUBLICATION: "Lessons from Civil Resistance for the Battle against Financial Corruption". In this book, Peter Ackerman and Shaazka Beyerle show the critical role that civic campaigns and mobilized citizens can play in countering financial corruption and advancing the struggle for global justice, transparency, and integrity.

Thank you to Shaazka Beyerle for sharing her book with AP-INTACT.  Download options at: https://www.nonviolent-conflict.org/lessons-from-civil-resistance-for-the-battle-against-financial-corruption/


INFO: More credible responses needed for Singapore firms accused of bribery abroad
.  Singapore companies that do business overseas need to take a good hard look at their compliance programmes, strategies, incentive systems and business practices and adopt a more measured approach when responding to bribery allegations.

Mark Yuen Teen, AsiaOne: http://news.asiaone.com/news/asian-opinions/more-credible-responses-needed-singapore-firms-accused-bribery-abroad


INFO: China's new legal guidelines set clearer criteria for punishments in graft cases
.  The rules issued by the country's top court and prosecutor's office have expanded the definition of bribery and pushed up the requirements for the death penalty.

Zhou Dongxu & Shan Yuxiao, Caixin Online: http://english.caixin.com/2016-05-04/100939541.html

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