UNDP launches new gender study at 15th biennial Anti-Corruption Conference in Brazil

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UNDP launches new gender study at 15th biennial Anti-Corruption Conference in Brazil

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) – in partnership with the Huairou Commission (HC) - launched a new gender-themed publication at the 15th biennial International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC), a global forum organized by Transparency International (TI) together with partners, including UNDP, which is being held this week in Brasilia, Brazil from November 7th to 10th.

 

The innovative report, entitled “Seeing Beyond the State: Grassroots Women’s Perspectives on Corruption and Anti-Corruption” delineates the view of corruption from the perspective of grassroots women while raising the visibility of their local strategies to address the misuse of power in order to prevent and reduce corruption.

The publication was unveiled at a UNDP side event called Mainstreaming Gender and Incorporating Grassroots Women’s Perspectives in Global Anti-Corruption Initiatives and Agenda.

Read more at UNDP, published 8 November 2012.

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