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.
In case you are interested in joining the working group, please fill out this form.
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
Gender and Corruption Data Taskforce
Mainstreaming Gender and Promoting Inclusion in Anti-Corruption Frameworks Taskforce
Selected past activities and outputs on Gender, Inclusion & Corruption:
- U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre: Gender and Corruption – Basic Guide.
- Camacho, G.; (2021) Corruption and gender equality: a summary of existing research. Bergen: U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, Chr. Michelsen Institute (U4 Helpdesk Answer 2021:9)
- Transparency International Submission to the 8th UNCAC CoSP
- Bauhr, M. et al., 2018. Close the political gender gap to reduce corruption, U4 Brief.
Sexual Corruption / Sextortion
- Transparency International (2022). Criminalising sextortion: Challenges and alternatives.
- International Association of Women Judges (IAWJ), 2012. Stopping the abuse of power through sexual exploitation: naming, shaming, and ending sextortion.
- Eldén, Å., D. Calvo, E. Bjarnegård, S. Lundgren and S. Jonsson (2020), Sextortion: Corruption and Gender-Based Violence, EBA Report 2020:06, the Expert Group for Aid Studies (EBA), Sweden.
- International Bar Association (IBA)/Sara Carnegie (2019) Sextortion. A crime of corruption and sexual exploitation. International Bar Association, London, UK.
- GiZ, 2021. Sextortion: Understanding and addressing sexualized corruption
Mainstreaming gender in the UNCAC and anti-corruption initiatives generally
- Merkle, O.; (2018) Mainstreaming gender and human rights in anti-corruption programming. Bergen: U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, Chr. Michelsen Institute (U4 Helpdesk Answer 2018:8)
- Rahman, K.; (2021) Gender mainstreaming in the UNCAC . Bergen: U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, Chr. Michelsen Institute (U4 Helpdesk Answer 2021:14)
- Zúñiga, N.; (2020) Gender sensitivity in corruption reporting and whistleblowing. Bergen: U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, Chr. Michelsen Institute (U4 Helpdesk Answer 2020:10)
- Brownie, E. 2014. Gender – the power relationship that Political Economy Analysis forgot?
Inclusion / intersectionality
- Bullock J and Jenkins M, 2020. Corruption and Marginalisation. Transparency International Helpdesk Answer
- Jenkins, M.; McDonald, E.; (2022) Corruption and the equal enjoyment of rights for persons with disabilities. Bergen: U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre, Chr. Michelsen Institute (U4 Helpdesk Answer 2022:7)