PSIA students write on gender and corruption

As part of a class project, 9 PSIA students wrote an article and presented it at the OECD Global Anti-Corruption & Integrity Forum

PSIA students write on gender and corruption

On Thursday 30th March and Friday 31st March 2017, nine students from PSIA have been invited to the 2017 OECD global forum on integrity and the fight against corruption to present their poster and an article on "Gender and Corruption: a toolkit to address the 'add women and stir' myth" at The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development headquarters.

Bérengère Sim, Nikita Blanes, Josette Bockelie, Angel Kharya, Ana Paula Nunes Lopes Garcia, José Ricardo Ortiz, Laëtitia Romain, Suvina Singal and Julie Vainqueur are part of the sixteen students registered to the “Mapping Controversies: Gender and Corruption” class, given during Spring 2016 semester by Thomas Tari in the framework program FORCCAST.

  • Collective report “Mapping Controversies: Gender & Corruption”
  • Article published on the occasion of the 2017 OECD global forum
  • Poster presented during the event
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