Creative Responses to Corruption in the Land Sector - Webinar | Land Portal

Corruption in the land sector affects every second citizen in Africa, with devastating impacts for individuals, communities and the development of fragile nations.

Over recent years, Transparency International has adopted a range of community-led initiatives that are helping to amplify the voices of women and men affected by land corruption and push for change to systems, structures, practices and cultural norms that allow corruption to flourish in the land sector.

As part of a series of webinars organised by GPSA Knowledge Platform and Fundar, staff from three of Transparency International’s national chapters (Ghana, Uganda and Zimbabwe) will share their experiences, challenges and the lessons they have learned while delivering a range of creative responses to corruption.

Join the webinar to hear more about a Participatory Video project engaging widows made landless through corrupt practices within the customary system, and a recent Forum Theatre production devised to raise awareness of land corruption and its disproportionate impact on women.

Date: 13 June 2018
Start time: 10:00 EDT
Duration: 90 minutes (30 minutes presentations / 60 minutes Q&A)

Find out more and register for the webinar here:

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