The Role of Parliaments in Curbing Corruption: West 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 second part of the lecture series, based on the book “ Anti-Corruption Evidence: The Role of National Parliaments in Curbing Corruption,” will include a review of case studies from West Africa.
- Weakening Parliamentary Oversight, Increasing Corruption: Ghana
- Nigeria’s National Assembly Seen as Part of the Problem
- Rasheed Draman, Lecturer at McGill University and CEO African Centre for Parliamentary Affairs
- Anthony Staddon, Lecturer at McGill University and Independent Consultant
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