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This study explores corruption in Rwanda and highlights the necessity of developing anti-corruption education as a way of combating corruption. It argues that an effective campaign against corruption should consider promoting anti-corruption education with the aim of enabling present and future generations to maintain and live out the Ubupfura (meaning trust/respect ) ethical values. Considering the link between anti-corruption and peacebuilding efforts, as explained in this study, it is underlined that continuous efforts to raise such generations could undoubtedly move Rwandan society toward a sustainable peace. Peacebuilders, anti-corruption agents, and public policymakers are the primary beneficiaries of the study.
|Publication date:||19th March 2019|
|Author:||Jean de Dieu Basabose|
|Publisher:||Springer Nature Switzerland AG|
|Categories:||Corruption in society, Peace studies & conflict resolution, Educational strategies & policy, Political corruption,|