Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Transparency International and UN Women call for inclusive, transparent and corruption-free public policies across Latin America and the Caribbean
Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Today, Transparency International called on national, regional and multilateral actors in Latin America and the Caribbean to prioritise and develop an integrated regional strategy for tackling gendered forms of corruption, including sexual extortion. The Global Corruption Barometer – Latin America and the Caribbean published yesterday by Transparency International found that in the 18 countries surveyed, one in five people experiences sexual extortion when accessing public services, or knows someone who has.
Thursday, September 6, 2018
UN Women Regional Office for the Americas and the Caribbean invites non-governmental organizations / academic / civil society institutions with legal constitution to present proposals to act as a responsible party in the implementation of the project: The Impact of Corruption on Women in Latin America and the Caribbean. In Latin America and the Caribbean understanding the complex relationship between gender and corruption is an essential step towards furthering women’s rights...