Gender-responsive work on land and corruption: a practical guide

Filed under - Land

Report published 14 February 2017
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This guide is intended for everyone working in and with the Transparency International movement, as well as other researchers and activists who wish to ensure their work on land corruption responds to the needs and interests of both men and women. This guide is a product of the Transparency International Women, Land and Corruption in Africa project implemented by our chapters in Ghana, Uganda and Zimbabwe between 2014 and 2016. The project has enhanced our national and international research and advocacy by showing how land corruption impacts women’s land rights and communities’ food security.

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Errata

Note: After noticing a small error in the photo caption on page 15, we uploaded a corrected version of this report on 3 March 2017.



Country / Territory - International   |   Ghana   |   Uganda   |   Zimbabwe   
Region - Sub-Saharan Africa   
Language(s) - English   
Topic - Gender   |   Human rights   |   Land   |   Tools   |   Transparency International   
Tags - Gender equality   |   Practical ideas   |   Land titles   |   Land rights   |   Guide   |   Gender sensitivity   |   anti-corruption guide   |   Gender responsiveness   

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