Understanding the Underlying Values, Norms and Behaviors Constraining the Implementation of Administrative Sanction in the Ugandan Public Service

Social Norms and Corruption

By Cheyanne Scharbatke-Church, Teddy Atim and Diana Chigas

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This report inquires into the underlying norms and values that drive the resistance to the removal of public servants convicted of corruption in accordance with Section 46 of the Anti-Corruption Act in Uganda.


The report analyzes reasons behind by inconsistent application of Section 46 by using causal loop mapping and sets out a number of recommendations that could serve as an entry point to improve the application of the application of law.