We are very excited to be partnering with AJS in our bi-annual FPIN meeting, January 2020 in Tegucigalpa, Honduras!
FPIN writes case profiles about its members' exemplary programs. Please contact us if you would like to work with us to write a case study on one of your anti-corruption programs!
The following is an excerpt from the article Dealing with Corruption in Malaysia: A Biblical Framework by Mark Lovatt which brings together personal stories, practical advice and an in-depth theological framework to equip Christians in those many countries of the world where such work seems hopeless: Since theology is the study of God, we should... Continue Reading →
Although Honduras has no state religion, it is a predominantly Catholic country. According to official church record, Honduras is 96% Christian, but 88% of people self-identify as Christian. People in Honduras report low rates about their specific knowledge of corruption, but high levels of distrust of the government and police. Honduras ranks in the bottom... Continue Reading →
Although India has no state religion, most people consider religion to be very important in their lives. According to official church record, India is 73% Hindu, 5% Christian, and 21% of people are official members of a church or religious organization. People express highest confidence in religious organizations, and the least confidence in the police... Continue Reading →
The Berkley Center for Religion and Development at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. is one of a few places dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of religion, ethics, and public life. One of the center’s key programs regularly produces up-to-date reports on faith and governance, and is led by a former colleague at the World Bank,... Continue Reading →