The Role of Parliaments in Curbing Corruption: East Africa
McGill University's School of Continuing Studies is pleased to offer a free three-lecture online learning event discussing the key role played by parliaments and constraints they face in curbing corruption. The first part of the lecture series, based on the book “ Anti-Corruption Evidence: The Role of National Parliaments in Curbing Corruption,” will include an introduction and a review of case studies from the Caribbean.
- The Ugandan Parliament: Greater Interaction Between MPs and Civil Society Is Needed
- External Oversight Agencies Need Protecting: The Role of the Tanzanian Parliament
- Rasheed Draman, Lecturer at McGill University and CEO African Centre for Parliamentary Affairs
- Agnes Titriku, Program Manager, African Centre for Parliamentary Affairs
- Buchere Phillip Brightone, Centre for Parliamentary Studies and Training, Kenya
Link to the event: