Countering Environmental Corruption Practitioners Forum – Plenary Session

The next Plenary Session of the Countering Environmental Corruption Practitioners Forum will look at the challenges and good practices in gender-sensitive approaches to addressing environmental corruption. We will:

  • Discuss the importance of prioritising gender perspectives in anti-corruption and climate change initiatives. Read more here. 
  • Gain valuable insight from case studies in Ecuador, Mexico, Cameroon and Indonesia, showcasing the significance of integrating gender perspectives in combatting environmental crimes. A full report is here.
  • Hear firsthand experiences offering valuable perspectives on the challenges and successes encountered in applying a gender lens to environmental corruption cases. Watch a related interview.

The speakers for this session are:

  • Edmond Odaba – Senior Programme Officer of Environmental, Social Safeguards and Gender Mainstreaming at WWF US

  • Faith Ngum – Independent Gender Programme Specialist and Researcher

  • Joselyn Guitton – Specialised Public Prosecutor at the Provincial Office of Arequipa, Perú

  • Sara Naseem – Communication and Advocacy Manager at Transparency International Maldives

Join us!


18 April – 09:00 (ET), 15:00 (CEST), 21:00 (SGT)

English with interpretation in Spanish and French

Plenary session on gender and countering environmental corruption - 14 April
Start date
18 April 2024
End date
18 April 2024