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Corruption and Human Rights: The Right to Food in Kenya

Kakeeto, Richard; Losoncz, Ibolya


The fight against corruption is vital to the human rights movement. Anti-corruption activist and human rights campaigners share the common goals of eliminating the corruption and bribery that denies people the rights and services they are entitled to. While human rights and corruption are not always connected, the increased use of corruption in the form of abuse of political, economic, social and cultural power means that the connections between the two are growing stronger. Yet,...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2014
Type: Book chapter
Book Title: Corruption in Africa: A Threat to Justice and Sustainable Peace


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