Freedom from Official Corruption as a Human Right

January 28, 2015, Matthew Murray and Andrew Spalding

In order to place anti-corruption norms upon a stronger conceptual foundation, prioritize anti-corruption enforcement as a matter of policy, and focus that enforcement on improving the lives of corruption’s victims, Matthew Murray and Andrew Spalding argue for acknowledging freedom from official corruption as a fundamental and inalienable human right.

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