Comprising about 55 national and international organizations, the GIMAC aims to create a space for civil society to monitor the implementation of the Solemn Declaration on Gender Equality in Africa (SDGEA), mainly by holding bi-annual Pre-Summit Consultative Meetings to the AU Assembly of Heads of State and Government.
Opening Ceremony: “Corruption and Governance: Impact and way out for Women, Children and Youths.”
Women and Inclusive Anti-Corruption Framework for Africa: The Key Issues
The Youth and the Crisis of Corruption in African Countries: Implications for Africa’s Future.
Corrupt Practices and its Effect on Girls Rights and empowerment (beyond education)
Corrupt Practices, Women’s Health Care, Sexual Reproductive Health Rights: What are the solutions and options ?
Disempowerment of Women, Land Resources and Corruption. (OXFAM Pan African Program)
Reflections from Day 1 and Introduction to day 2 Sessions
Corruption and Gender Responsive Public Service delivery (GRPS)
Gender, Corruption and Illicit Financial Outflows in the Extractive Industry: Situational Analysis
Corruption, Discrimination Against Women in Governance and Electoral Processes
The Impact of Corruption on the Resolution of Conflicts and Humanitarian Crisis in Africa
A Gender Inclusive, Youth Development and Empowerment Solutions
Closing Remarks – tbc
Reading of the GIMAC Statement – Youth Champion (tbc)
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