This series of stories provides a snapshot of TI’s global work to support gender equality in the fight against corruption.
These stories provide a snapshot of our work to tackle gender equality and support women to express their voice in decisions about mining.
Transparency International Zambia is supporting women to participate in mining consultations through environmental impact assessment processes.
Through workshops, Transparency International Cambodia is equipping women with information and skills to stand up for their rights.
South Africa’s Corruption Watch is designing materials for women to encourage and enable them to contribute to discussions about mining.
Transparency International Kenya and Kenya’s Law Society join forces to train women about their rights around mining.
Five commitments governments could make to address the challenge of corruption in the extractive sector and energy transition.
To effectively combat corruption, supporting women’s voice and agency is critical. Women need to have a seat at the table and be part of decisions about mining projects.
This briefing paper explores the link between gender and corruption in licensing and highlights the need to address gender inequality in the fight to curb corruption in the mining sector.
To prevent corruption in the process of granting mining licences, permits and contracts, you first need to understand and identify the corruption risks. Transparency International’s Accountable Mining Programme developed a custom tool to help you do just this.