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Integrity Catalysts Curated Resource List


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I. Key Materials (Books, Articles, Guides, etc.)

1. DISCIPLE MAKING - Educating and Awareness for Integrity and Anti-Corruption

Integrity, the Lausanne Movement, and a Malaysian Daniel

by David Bennett, Lausanne Global Analysis (January 2015, Volume 4/Issue 1).

Thirty Pieces of Silver: An Exploration of Corruption in the Christian Scriptures

by Paula Gooder, Bible Society UK (2014).

Do We Care About Corruption? How Integrity Can Tame the Beast of Bribes and Extortion by Manfred Kohl, Lausanne Global Analysis (May 2019, Volume 8/Issue 3).

Corruption and the Church: Voices from the Global South

by Martin Allaby. Regnum Books International (2018).

Deliver Us from Evil: Corruption and the Challenge to the Christian Faith and Church

by Roberto Laver, Regnum Books International (2018).

2. DISCIPLE MATURING - Equipping and Training for Integrity and Anti-Corruption

We have a Problem! But There Is Hope!

by Jane Overstreet, an “Advance Paper” for the Lausanne Congress in Cape Town, based on a survey about Christians in leadership (2010).

Confronting Corruption: Letting the Bible Speak

by Richard King, Regnum Books International (2018).

Choosing to be Salt and Light: Can the Church in India Become a Model in the Fight for Anti-Corruption?

by Arpit Waghmare, Lausanne Global Analysis (November 2012, Volume 1/Issue 1).

Salt and Light: Christians’ Role in Combating Corruption

by Paul Batchelor and Steve Osei-Menash, Lausanne Global Conversation (2010)

Mistakes Were Made (but not by me): Why We Justify Foolish Beliefs, Bad Decisions, and Hurtful Behaviors

by Caroll Tavris and Elliot Aronson (2020, 3rd edition)

3. DISCIPLE MOBILIZING - Engaging and Action for Integrity and Anti-Corruption

A Summons to a Global Integrity Movement: Fighting Self-Deception and Corruption

by Kelly O’Donnell and Michèle Lewis O’Donnell, Lausanne Global Analysis (March 2018).

Taming the Beast: Can We Bridle the Culture of Corruption?

by Robert Osborne, Wilberforce Press (2016).

Curtailing Corruption: People Power for Accountability and Justice

by Shaazka Beyerle, Lynne Rienner Publishers (2014).

The Incorruptible: Leading with Integrity and Dignity

by Gershon Mwiti, Nairobi Academic Press (2016).

Whistleblowing: Responsible Practices for Healthy Organizations

from Member Care Update, Member Care Associates (July 2018).


II. Key Organizations (Conferences, Campaigns, Research)




III. Key Video Clips on Integrity and Corruption


IV. Key Definitions of Integrity and Corruption

Integrity is moral wholeness - living consistently in moral wholeness.

Global integrity is living consistently in moral wholeness at all levels - individual, interpersonal, institutional, and international; across sectors and settings; local through global; the systemic and structural.” Global Integrity Day - 9 June

Corruption is moral rottenness, the opposite of integrity - the distortion, perversion, and deterioration of moral goodness, resulting in the abuse and exploitation of people and the planet. It is integroty.

Corruption is "the abuse of entrusted power for private gain." Transparency International

Corruption is "a system of abuse of entrusted power for private, collective, or political gain--often involving a complex, intertwined set of relationships, some obvious, others hidden, with established vested interests that can operate vertically within an institution or horizontally across political, economic, and social spheres of society and transnationally."

- Shaazka Beyerle, Curtailing Corruption - People Power for Accountability and Justice (2014, page 25)

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