Do you know about cases in which citizens have taken part in organized civic action campaigns to fight corruption?I am conducting a 12-month research project to document, analyze, and distill general lessons learned and good practices from civic action campaigns and movements to fight corruption. Please contact me if you:
--Know about possible initiatives, campaigns or movements addressing corruption that included the mobilization of citizens and/or nonviolent civic action – as defined in the project description section. Cases may have taken place in the last two decades or be presently ongoing. Corruption may be the sole focus, or it may be linked to other forms of injustice, such as violence, authoritarian rule, organized crime, discrimination, poverty, workers rights, environmental destruction, state service provision, or other issues.
--Have suggestions of other people or organizations to contact that could potentially have knowledge about cases;
--Have suggestions of reports, books or articles that refer to citizen initiatives and nonviolent civic action to fight corruption;
--Have recommendations of networks through which others can be notified about the project, including e-newsletters, websites, virtual groups, social network sites, etc.
This project is made possible through a grant from the United States Institute of Peace and support from the International Center on Nonviolent Conflict.
Shaazka Beyerle, Senior Advisor, International Center on Nonviolent Conflict
sbeyerleatnonviolent-conflict.org/1 202 416 4720 (messages) IPCDN.call for cases.pdf
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