Gender, Inclusion & Corruption

The UNCAC Coalition’s Gender, Inclusion & Corruption working group seeks to:

  • Influence and inspire
  • Share ideas
  • Advocate for better data
  • Advocate for changes in international law, policy, and practice.
  • Create a space for discussion and debate

Please find here more information about the background, context, aims, and expected outputs and outcomes of the working group

Working Group Co-Chairs:

Monica Kirya,  Deputy Director (interim), U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Center of the Chr. Michelsen Institute.

Matthew Gichohi,  researcher, U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Center of the Chr. Michelsen Institute.

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The Working Group hosts a dedicated email discussion list as well as several coordination calls per year.

Next Working Group Meeting: 


Working Group Taskforces:

Sexual Corruption Legal Taskforce

  • Chair: Laura Nyirinkindi, International Federation of Women Lawyers.
  • Gender and Corruption Data Taskforce

  • Chair: Michele Coleman, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
  • Mainstreaming Gender and Promoting Inclusion in Anti-Corruption Frameworks Taskforce

  • Chair: Zakhona Mvelase, African Women Against Corruption Network.
  • Selected past activities and outputs on Gender, Inclusion & Corruption:

    General readings

    Sexual Corruption / Sextortion

    Mainstreaming gender in the UNCAC and anti-corruption initiatives generally

    Inclusion / intersectionality

    UNCAC Coalition Guidelines and Etiquette
    Please have a look at our Guidelines and Etiquette, which apply to all conversations and the exchange of information within this group and its email list. By being part of this group, you agree that you have read and will follow the guidelines set for the Gender, Inclusion & Corruption group and its email list.

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