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Accountability and Transparency for Peaceful Development

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by Kelly Ngyah
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Accountability and Transparency for Peaceful Development by Kelly Ngyah

As decades go by, countless philosophers, activists and other category of thinkers have sorted to understand diverse perspectives and approaches for achieving sustainable peace and growth mechanisms. Within this diversity, many approach the problematic from 'roots to cause effects', and from investigative results on outcomes of post conflict situations towards renegotiating instances that would have prevented such devastating results. The author presents new knowledge that eludes both approaches and dives directly to the ethical realities within human proclivity perspectives. He also maximises the opportunistic impacts of societal accountability and transparency in relation to some human socio-interactive and cultural inclination values, within which, moral and mutuality ethics become the most cherished societal medal for a unified mission of growth and peaceful solidarity. In brief, here is a pragmatic methodology that uses notions accountability and transparency for peaceful growth.

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Size: 280 KB
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781329158474 (DRM-EPUB)

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