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Latest stories: Transparency

The Logo of the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR). Credit: JCTR

Jesuit Scholars in Zambia among Persons Championing Transparency in Debt Management

Members of the Civil Society Organization (CSO) Debt Alliance in Zambia who include officials of the Jesuit Centre for Theological Reflection (JCTR) are advocating for transparency in the management of Zambia’s national debt.  

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UK-based Human Rights Body Demands Sudan’s Transparency in Legalizing Places of Worship

Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW), a UK-based human rights organization, which specializes in religious freedom all over the world, is calling for transparency in the legal procedures involved in the construction of places of worship in Sudan. 

Section of panelists during the webinar on financial transparency for Catholic Dioceses 11 February 2021 / Global Institute of Church Management

Why Catholic Dioceses in Africa Struggle to Achieve Transparency in Managing Resources

Catholic Dioceses in Africa are grappling with lack of adequately trained personnel in financial management, expensive auditing processes, as well as a retrogressive culture in Church leadership as they seek to achieve financial transparency and accountability, speakers at a recent webinar session explained.

Ghana's former President, Jerry John Rawlings / Jerry John Rawlings Facebook Page

Late Ghana’s Former President Inspired “probity, accountability, transparency”: Archbishop

The late former President of Ghana, Jerry John Rawlings, inspired multiple virtues that can be emulated, a Ghanaian Archbishop underscored at Rawlings’ Requiem Mass, highlighting the virtues of “probity, accountability and transparency.”  

Archbishop Nicodème Anani Barrigah-Bénissan Blessing the Faithful at  Installation Mass, Saturday January 11, 2020. / Radio Maria Togo

“Demonstrate fairness, honesty, calm” During Elections, Lomé Archbishop Appeals

As eligible voters in the West African nation of Togo prepare to take part in the Presidential polls scheduled for next month, the new Lomé-based Archbishop Nicodème Anani Barrigah-Bénissan used the occasion of his installation to call on those involved in organizing the election to ensure a credible process and on his compatriots to remain calm throughout the period of elections.