Women’s role in establishing sustainable good governance

2018-04-01T07:37:23+06:00March 5th, 2018|

Gender inequality spreads corruption and women are more likely to become victims of corruption then men. A Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) study in 2015 found that women are being forced to accept corruption as a way of life, and at the same time they are becoming victims, agents and in some cases beneficiaries of corruption. To ensure women’s adequate representation at all stages of governance framework, it is important to mainstream gender in anti-corruption.

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