The Business Perception Index (BPI) has been developed to understand the Kenya-based Chinese companies' characteristics, to understand the business and investment climate faced by Chinese enterprises, and how these conditions affect productivity and growth of Chinese companies in Kenya. The BPI Survey-Kenya is a firm-level descriptive survey of Chinese private and state-owned enterprises in Kenya. The questionnaire includes the following ten major sections: basic firm characteristics, regulation and taxes, crime and safety, informality, gender, finance, infrastructure, trade, workforce, corruption and obstacles analysis. We reached out through email and telephone to 184 Chinese establishments in Kenya, and 75 companies accepted the survey.
Faith at Work. Directory of Christian Entrepreneurs and Workers
How can faith be lived at work? How can ethical values be implemented in business? Believers in all religions are searching answers. In Christianity, Christian entrepreneurs and Christian workers encourage each other in associations by conferences, trainings, coaching, Bible studies, prayer, advocacy, philanthropy and publications. This Directory lists about 53 Associations of Christian Entrepreneurs and 17 Associations of Christian workers in order to get inspired and increase networking between them. The Geneva Agape Foundation is committed to strenghten faith at work by cooperating with such associations (www.gafoundation.world)
Global Ethics Applied: vol. 4 Bioethics, Religion, Leadership
‘Global Ethics Applied' in four volumes is a reader of 88 selected articles from the author on 13 domains. Vol. 4 focuses on Bioethics and Medical Ethics, Family Ethics and Sexual Ethics, Leadership Ethics, Theological Ethics and Ecclesiology, Methods of Ethics. It concludes with the extended Bibliography of the author. Most of the articles are in English, some in German or French with English summaries. The articles focus on concrete current topics and are addressed to practitioners, decision-makers in all sectors as well as academic teachers and students.
This book is the work of high school teachers involved in a writing workshop, facilitated by Y. Sumardiyanto and Tituk Romadlona Fauziyah on the topic of ethics in a multicultural society. The book is expected to be reading about ethics for the youth in Indonesia and could be a useful contribution to the contemporary Indonesian society.
Religion and Television in Indonesia. Ethics Surrounding Dakwahtainment
This monograph provides a critical overview and assessment of dakwahtainment or Islamic televangelism in post-reform Indonesia. Dakwah is an Indonesian word based on Arabic that means propagation of Islam – a religious duty for all Muslims. This monograph looks at what happens to Islamic propagation when, against the background of an increasingly materialist, consumerist, nihilistic and voyeuristic culture of celebrity that is engulfing Indonesia, it is turned into media entertainment.
Religions for Climate Justice International Interfaith. Statements 2008-2014
Religions and Faith communities on all continents are engaged for life and Climate Justice since many years. The common threat of humanity leads to clear interfaith calls to politicians to act more courageously. In this publication, nine international and interfaith statements from 2008 to September 2014 are collected.
[In recent years, China's major environmental issues are closely associated with policy implementation. Therefore, the perspective of this book to determine the environmental policy implementation. This book offers the results of six environmental policies leading to effective implementation and to recommendations.]
Corruption in Africa. A Threat to Justice and Sustainable Peace
Corruption has always existed in different forms, and is not determined by politics or geography. While the manifestations of corruption are limitless, its roots seem to be identifiable in the immoderate inclination for material wealth and power. This concern on corruption is the basis of this book and capture the sharing at the conference of the Centre for Social Justice and Ethics on: "Corruption: A threat to Justice and sustainable peace in Africa", held at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa.
This " Interreligious Ethics Manual for Indonesia" consists of five papers. Three papers discuss the ethical prerequisites needed to develop more conducive conditions for people of different religious traditions to live together, in shared public spaces in general, in universities and also in print and online through journalism. The other two papers provide concrete examples of ethical issues in interreligious marriage and in journalism. As a manual, this book completes the volume "Social Ethics in interreligious interaction", which is a more theoretical text. The manual is deliberately written in a more accessible way to be used as a resource during training programmes for community groups at different levels. Hopefully this book can make a valuable contribution to Indonesian's pluralistic society of today, enabling better interaction with others and fostering respect.
Philanthropy and Foundation Management: A Guide to Philanthropy in Europe and China
There is no single true path to philanthropy and foundations management; it varies by culture and country. This book provides conceptual insights and factors analyses on what is philanthropy and how it is practiced in Europe and in China, and why foundations are one of best instruments for philanthropists in pursuing their wishes. The book also gives a special reference on Swiss philanthropic practice. It aims at forming the visions, values and missions of philanthropists and foundation managers, shaping their strategic thinking and governance and defining their programmes and action plans.