China trust ratings / Afghanistan civil society / Sri Lanka corruption remedies

Chinese Government rolls out trust ratings to combat corruption (commentary).  The Chinese Government is in the process of providing every citizen with a score denoting how trustworthy they are to create a culture of reliability.

Kim Darrah/World Finance: https://www.worldfinance.com/strategy/chinese-government-rolls-out-trust-ratings-to-combat-corruption


Civil society and local media join to fight corruption in Afghanistan's northeast.  Civil society in Afghanistan's northeast is forming stronger partnerships with local media to generate public discussion and advocacy around issues of crucial importance to local communities.

United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan: https://unama.unmissions.org/civil-society-and-local-media-join-fight-corruption-afghanistan%E2%80%99s-northeast


Corruption: causes, consequences and remedies (commentary).  "Law enforcement alone is not going to stamp out corruption because it does not address its root causes."

Prof. Siri Hettige, professor emeritus of sociology, University of Colombo/Daily Mirror: http://www.dailymirror.lk/138039/Corruption-causes-consequences-and-remedies

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