E2E Initiative’s Engagement at UNODC Gender and Corruption Stakeholders Meeting 2020

E2E Initiative participated in the ” Stakeholders Meeting on Gender and Corruption: Second Corruption Survey in Nigeria” organized by UNODC: United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime on the 20th- 21st of February , 2020 

E2E Initiative made significant strides in addressing the intersection of gender and corruption by actively participating in the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Stakeholders Meeting. This event served as a pivotal platform for fostering dialogue and collaboration among various stakeholders committed to combating corruption and promoting gender equality.

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Throughout the meeting, the E2E Initiative contributed valuable insights and perspectives on how corruption disproportionately affects women and exacerbates existing gender inequalities. By engaging in constructive discussions and sharing innovative approaches, the initiative underscored the importance of integrating gender considerations into anti-corruption efforts to achieve more effective and sustainable outcomes.

The E2E Initiative’s participation in the UNODC Stakeholders Meeting highlights its dedication to driving positive change and advancing gender-responsive solutions in the fight against corruption. By leveraging such collaborative forums, the initiative continues to play a vital role in promoting transparency, accountability, and gender equality on a global scale.

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