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This podcast series features in-depth interviews with a wide range of corruption experts, on questions such as: What have we learned from 20+ years of (anti)corruption research? Why and how does power corrupt? Which theories help to make sense of corruption? What can we do to manage corruption? How to recovery stolen assets?
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The Kickback Lounge Podcast

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Honestly Unfiltered. A podcast of perspectives. Hosted by Drew Young and Kenny Brown from St. Louis. We interview interesting guests, talk shit, and converse about life. Rate 5 stars and follow our Instagram for cool videos and extras @tkblpodcast
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The Kickback Show Podcast

The Kickback Show

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Welcome to Kickback Show, where amazing things happen. We bring you exclusive interviews from recording artists, actors, comedians, politicians, producers and more. Your home for exclusive world premiers on music, current events and debates on whats hot in Hip Hop and pop culture. New episodes every Monday!
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This podcast uses film to develop self-wealth in each of us. Guiding Question: How can film help us (human beings) garner a thirst for knowledge that helps us seek health, wealth, love and happiness from life? Welcome to Reel Candid where we use film to help YOU navigate the pathway to true freedom in life through our review of film study and using that study to evaluate our overall wellness for life. Join us for discussions that could lead to true freedom.
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In this latest chapter on state capture, Ketakandriana Rafitoson (Vice-Chair, Transparency International; Executive Director of Transparency International Initiative Madagascar) outlines how this problem manifests in Madagascar and the harms caused. She speaks to Tom Shipley (Researcher, Centre for the Study of Corruption) about how state capture h…
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John Penrose MP, the former UK government Anti-Corruption Champion (2017 - 2022), joins us for this episode. He speaks to Professor Robert Barrington (Centre for the Study of Corruption) about the lessons learnt from his time in the role. This includes taking us behind the scenes to understand what the role of the government Anti-Corruption Champio…
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The journalist Tom Burgis speaks to Prof. Liz Dávid-Barrett about his work investigating corruption across different continents. Tom talks about he got into journalism and what goes into researching these books. His books cover what Tom calls the rise of kleptocracy since the end of the Cold War. The latest - Cuckooland - grapples with some of the …
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Richard Nephew, the US Department of State's Coordinator on Global Anti-Corruption, speaks to Liz Dávid-Barrett (Centre for the Study of Corruption) about the US strategy on countering corruption. The episode explores some of the aims and practicalities involved in implementing different pillars of the strategy, including attempts to strengthen the…
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In this episode Gretta Fenner (Managing Director, Basel Institute on Governance) and Daniel Eriksson (CEO, Transparency International) talk to Liz Dávid-Barrett (Centre for the Study of Corruption) about the links between corruption and national security issues. The episode follows from the Munich Security Conference where Daniel and Gretta raised …
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Alison Taylor, Clinical Associate Professor at NYU Stern School of Business, speaks to Prof. Dan Hough (Centre for the Study of Corruption) on the topic of business ethics. Alison talks about her early career investigating corruption by businesses before she moved into the broader space of corporate responsibility and business ethics. Alison descri…
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In this episode, Liz Dávid-Barrett, Becky Dobson-Phillips and Dan Hough (all Centre for the Study of Corruption) talk through some of the key considerations involved in defining corruption. They begin by discussing the strengths and limitations of the mainstream public office centred definition of corruption developed by Joseph S Nye (see below). B…
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Continuing our chapter on kleptocracy and state capture, this episode features Sankhitha Gunaratne, Deputy Executive Director of Transparency International Sri Lanka. She speaks to Liz David-Barrett (Centre for the Study of Corruption) about TI's work to combat state capture in the country. The recent economic crisis in Sri Lanka has laid bare the …
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Daniel Freund is a Member of the European Parliament and former Head of Advocacy for European Union Integrity at Transparency International. In this episode he speaks to Prof. Dan Hough about the different dimensions to the EU's fight against corruption. The discussion starts with the struggle to protect EU institutions from undue influence, a prob…
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Dr. Andreas Bågenholm (University of Gothenburg) and Dr. Rekha Diwakar (University of Sussex) join Prof. Dan Hough to discuss anti-corruption political parties. These parties have proliferated in different parts of the world in the last two decades. Andreas and Rekha draw on their research in Europe and India respectively to talk about where these …
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In this episode Professor Dan Hough (Centre for the Study of Corruption) speaks to Professor Robert Klitgaard (Claremont Graduate University). Robert is a well-known and influential academic in the corruption field. He talks us through the origins of his ideas in applying institutional economic theory to understanding corruption issues, as original…
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In episode 102 Robert Barrington (Centre for the Study of Corruption), Guy Beringer KC (Hon) (Chair of the Taskforce on Business Ethics and the Legal Profession), Liz Dávid-Barrett (Centre for the Study of Corruption) and Tena Prelec (University of Rijeka) discuss the topic of so-called 'professional enablers'. Distinguishing between legal and ille…
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Leading academics from the Centre for the Study of Corruption sit down to discuss what we learnt from Episode 100. The anniversary episode featured insights on the state of anti-corruption practice from some of the leading global thinkers in the field. Here, Robert Barrington, Liz Dávid-Barrett, Dan Hough and Sam Power debate some of the key questi…
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For this special anniversary episode, Kickback invited leading thinkers from around the globe to comment on the state of practice in the corruption field. We asked each individual to respond to one of two questions:a) ​'what is one thing about corruption that you've changed your thinking on in the past 10 years?' b) 'what is the most significant de…
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"Join us for the latest episode of The Kickback Lounge podcast, where we delve into the intriguing world of music, law, and entertainment. In this episode, we thoroughly examine the recent legal lawsuit involving the renowned artist, Lizzo and Banana-GatePrepare to be informed and engaged as we dissect the intricacies of Lizzo's recent legal disput…
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Plunge headfirst into a world of inspiration with this captivating episode featuring Earth To Kaylo! Join hosts Drew Young and Kenny Brown as they sit down for a riveting discussion with the enigmatic Kaylo. Brace yourself for a deep dive into the art of motivational content creation, profound life insights, and ingenious content marketing strategi…
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In this episode, we are delighted to have Jake Little join us once again. Join the conversation as we delve into the realms of stoicism, traditional value systems, and explore Jake's unique perspective. Additionally, we explore his fascinating experience working with fighters, delve into the realm of artificial intelligence, and much more. Tune in …
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Make sure to Subscribe, Comment with YOUR thoughts, definitely like the video, and share. In this engaging video, we will explore the latest trends in barbering, learn about what not to say to your barber, and much more.Additionally, we will delve into the realm of relationship advice, where we will uncover timeless wisdom passed down through gener…
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Huma Yusuf speaks to Tom Shipley about the links between business integrity and environmental, social and governance (ESG). Huma is Director of Business Integrity at British International Investment, an impact investor, and a key public commentator on climate change in Pakistan. In this podcast, Huma describes how anti-corruption and business integ…
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This is the second episode of the 'Introduction to' series in which experts provide an overview of some of the key issues in the corruption field. In this episode Liz Dávid-Barrett, Dan Hough and Sam Power (all Centre for the Study of Corruption) discuss the leading theories for corruption analysis, including rational choice, collective action and …
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Michela Wrong, journalist and author of It's Our Turn to Eat, speaks to Dr. Sam Power, Senior Lecturer in Politics at the Centre for the Study of Corruption. Named as the top book on corruption by The Guardian in 2023, It's Our Turn to Eat tells the story of John Githongo, the Kenyan activist and whistleblower interviewed in Episode 96. Michela tal…
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The Kenyan anti-corruption campaigner and activist, John Githongo, speaks to Liz Dávid-Barrett (Centre for the Study of Corruption). The episode covers key moments in John's career including his involvement in the formation of Transparency International and time spent as Permanent Secretary for Governance and Ethics in the Kenyan government in the …
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Dr. Magnus Öhman, senior political finance adviser at the International Foundation for Electoral Systems, speaks to the Kickback team. Magnus discusses the challenges of corruption and political trust against the wider global context of increased democratic backsliding. There is specific focus on approaches to tackling the problem of illicit financ…
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Grant Walton, Associate Professor at the Crawford School of Public Policy (Australian National University, speaks to Dan Hough about his research on corruption in Papua New Guinea (PNG). A key focus for Grant has been to explore what people understand by corruption in PNG and how this compares to Western understandings of the term. The disconnectio…
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Professor Dan Hough (University of Sussex), Professor Elizabeth Dávid-Barrett (University of Sussex/ International Anti-Corruption Academy) and Dr. Roxana Bratu (King's College London) provide an introduction to corruption measurement debates. They explore questions like:How has measurement of corruption changed over the three decades?What are the …
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Andrew Wedeman, Professor of Political Science at Georgia State University, speaks to Professor Dan Hough about the politics of anti-corruption campaigns in China. Andrew analyses the anti-corruption campaign instigated by President Xi Jinping and also puts this into historical perspective. Andrew and Dan discuss the effects this campaign has had o…
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Murodbek's Choriev long-awaited debut has finally happened and he got a finish 1:40 into the first round. He joined to break down the fight, talk about his move from St. Louis to Michigan, advice, UFC, and more. #fighter #mma #ufc #professional #podcast
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Cheri-Leigh Erasmus, Global Director of Learning at the Accountability Lab, speaks to Dan Hough, Professor of Politics at the Centre for the Study of Corruption. She describes Accountability Lab's distinctive approach to building integrity in the civil service with examples from across the globe. She shares some lessons from this work and offers pl…
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Claudia Baez Camargo, Head of Public Governance at the Basel Institute, talks to Liz Dávid-Barrett about her work on applying social norms theory to analysing corruption issues. The episode takes in examples of applied research in East Africa and Ukraine, while Claudia's thinking on corruption is also influenced by her upbringing in Mexico. Claudia…
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Today we have two horror movie fanatics Franki Cambeletta of @shiftfilms and Travis brown of @horrormoviesuncut1337 . In this episdode the pair talk about how they fell in love with #horror , #ghosthunting , #paranormal , #horrormovies and much more. Make sure to comment like and subscribe. Also follow their pages.…
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This episode features Cecilia Müller Torbrand, CEO of the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN). She speaks to Liz Dávid-Barrett about the work of MACN, a network of shipping businesses which has been making some real headway in reducing corruption risks in this sector. The MACN story offers lots of valuable lessons for researchers and practition…
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Luís de Sousa, deputy director and research fellow at ICS-ULisboa, speaks to Robert Barrington, professor of anti-corruption practice at the Centre for the Study of Corruption, on a range of topics. Luís is well-known for his research on anti-corruption agencies and in the episode he discusses country cases and conditions for success. This is also …
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In this episode recorded on the margins of the International Anti-Corruption Conference, Paul Massaro, senior policy advisor for the U.S. Helsinki Commission, speaks to Liz Dávid-Barrett. Paul discusses the drivers behind the Enablers Act and the role of the US in countering kleptocracy. The conversation also covers the effectiveness of internation…
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Kicking off 2023 we were delighted to have Dame Margaret Hodge join us to talk about integrity issues in the UK. She speaks to Dr. Sam Power, Senior Lecturer at the Sussex Centre for the Study of Corruption, to talk about her fascinating route into politics and how this naturally led her to focus on integrity. The episode covers corruption issues i…
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In this episode, we talk about the biggest stories from 2022, The Top G (Andrew Tate) arrest, 2023 goals, motivation vs discipline, and much more. Make Sure to Subscribe, Comment with Your Thoughts, and Like the video. Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/tkblpodcast/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/Drewyoungradio…
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Long-time sports commentator and journalist, Skip Bayless recently disrespected his co-host, Shannon Sharpe, on Fox's Undisputed. We react to it and give our thoughts. Comment what you think of the situation and subscribe to our podcast for more.
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#tombrady and #giselle have split we look into why that may have happened and just how bad the timing was. If you enjoy the #podcast make sure to subscribe, like, and comment. Let us know your thoughts on if men should choose career over women
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This episode from the margins of the International Anti-Corruption Conference in Washington DC features Shannon Green, Executive Director of USAID's Anti-Corruption Task Force. Shannon talks to Liz Dávid-Barrett about the agency's new anti-corruption strategy. They also focus on the challenge of fighting kleptocracies and USAID's new dekleptificati…
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I watched Emancipation and it gave me a message to give to you about the ability to Perservere in life to achieve your goals. Perserverance - persistence in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success. Description of Film The historical record, it is loosely based on the case of a real slave named Gordon – sometimes referred to…
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We are delighted to announce that the Centre for the Study of Corruption (CSC) at the University of Sussex is the new home of Kickback. The centre will be hosting the podcast over the next three years. We look forward to continuing the great work of the original Kickback team and welcoming an interesting range of guests from across the anti-corrupt…
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Ahead of the Qatar World Cup, we welcome Maggie Murphy, CEO of Lewes Football Club and a former Senior Global Advocacy Manager at Transparency International. She speaks to Dan Hough, self-professed football obsessive and Professor of Politics at Sussex University.Maggie takes us through her journey from anti-corruption campaigning to football manag…
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Kyrie Irving has recently shared a link to a film that has been called anti-Semitic. The Film "Hebrews to Negros". Now the world is turning on the NBA superstar. Find out our thoughts. We want to hear your opinion on this subject. Thanks for listening make sure to leave a like, comment your opinion (we reply to all comments), and subscribe if you e…
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In the first of a series of episodes hosted by the Centre for the Study of Corruption at the University of Sussex, we welcome Daniel Kaufmann. Daniel is a senior fellow at Results for Development (R4D) and President Emeritus at the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI). He is also a former Director of the World Bank where he headed programme…
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Boys this might be the biggest leak since the Fappening. A Championship Volleyball team has recently had a massive leak here's the story. Make sure to subscribe to the channel and comment with your thoughts on the situation. Follow Us on Instagram #podcast #wisconsin #volleyball #onlyfans
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In this episode, we talk to Jake Little. Jake is an entrepreneur, fitness servant, and all-around interesting individual. We discuss him growing up, completing a triathlon, our views on the world, and more. You can find him https://www.instagram.com/getinshapewithjake/ and find us https://www.instagram.com/tkblpodcast/…
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