Monday, 20 February 2017

New Resource on Women, Land and Corruption

Transparency International has just published a guide which is the fruit of a three-year process I have had the privilege to support with my facilitation and writing. 

The guide builds on the experience of Transparency chapters in Ghana, Uganda and Zimbabwe, who have recognised that they can work more effectively on land and corruption issues if they involve more women and take into account the needs and interests of women and men. It is called Gender-Responsive Work on Land and Corruption: A Practical Guide; if you click on the title you'll be taken to the link where you can download it. (At the time of writing this post there is a typo under a caption; try to spot it before they correct it!)

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