CSW 66: Gendered dimensions of corruption & the impact on gender equality 

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CSW 66: Gendered dimensions of corruption & the impact on gender equality 

CSW66: Gendered dimensions of corruption & the impact on gender equality 
Date: 
Friday, March 18, 2022 - 14:00
Where: 

Online 

Graduate Women International and co-sponsor Women’s UN Report Network expert panelists will address the gendered dimensions of corruption and the unique ways women experience corruption. Panelists will examine corruption’s impact on education and gender inequality and how women in decision-making reduce corruption and various forms of environmental corruption. The event aims to mobilise organisations into action and offer methods to dismantle gendered corruption.

Speakers:

  • Mafaro Kasipo, Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Associate, United Nations Office of Drugs and Crime
  • Dr. Ortrun Merkle, Post-doctoral researcher working on corruption, gender and migration, United Nations University UNU-Merit
  • Karina Kalpschtrej, Transparency International – Argentina, Sociologist University of Buenos Aires and Director of Institutional Strengthening Fundación Poder Ciudadano
  • Dr Pam Rajput, Pioneering women's rights activist and academic and Chairperson of the High-Level Committee on the Status of Women.

Moderators:

  • Stacy Dry Lara, Executive Director, Graduate Women International-GWI
  • Lois A. Herman, Managing Director WUNRN-Women’s UN Report Network

This webinar will take place on Friday 18 March,  at 8:00 am (EDT).

Click here to register. 


Category: 
Partner: 
UN Women