This module is a resource for lecturers
Additional teaching tools
This section includes links to relevant teaching aides such as PowerPoint slides, video material and case studies, that could help the lecturer teach the issues covered by the Module. Lecturers can adapt the slides and other resources to their needs.
- Presentation on Module 7 (forthcoming).
- Corruption and poverty (2018). Cheryna Rusly (3:02 minutes). » An explanatory video about the relationship between corruption and poverty. This video directly supports the related discussion in the Key issues section, and it also addresses the violation of economic and social rights.
- How judges can show respect (2016). Victoria Pratt, TED New York (15:56 minutes). » In this TED Talk, Judge Victoria Pratt elaborates on the importance of treating individuals respectfully in judicial procedures, and how this motivates individuals to obey the law rather than break it. It is an insightful video which links the effectiveness and efficiency of justice with the level of corruption in a certain jurisdiction.
- The impact of corruption on human rights (2017). FIFDH Genéve (2:28 minutes). » In this film, which was promoted at the International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights in Geneva, experts explain how corruption brings about the violation of human rights in India, the African continent, and Malaysia.
Case studies, news reports and blogs
- BBC (2019). North Korea: UN report says people 'trapped in cycle of corruption’, 28 May.
- Global Anticorruption Blog: Law, Social Science, and Policy.
- Nigeria v. SERAP (2010). The Registered Trustees of the Socio-economic and Accountability Project (SERAP) v. Nigeria & UBEC. ECW/CCJ/JUD/07/10.
- Mehigan, James (2016). Legal aid cuts prevent the police from being held accountable for their actions. The Conversation, 17 May.
- Ochab, Ewelina (2020). What Has Corruption Got To Do With Human Rights Abuses? Forbes, 12 April.
- Raymond, Jameela (2017). Corruption and Human Rights – Bridging the Gap. Transparency International UK, 27 October.
- Andersen, Morten Koch (2015). Torture and Corruption Practical Twins. Global Policy.
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