Today, the EU Delegation in Afghanistan launched its 2017 Anti-Corruption Campaign. The campaign aims to underscore the important role of awareness raising, prevention and government-citizens partnership as a cross cutting pillar of the fight against corruption, with an understanding that a cultural change of behaviour, investigative journalism, and citizen stands against corruption is the cornerstone in diminishing corrupt practices. The campaign runs for seven weeks and culminates with a high-level anti-corruption conference early May.
In celebration of International Women's Day, the EU Delegation - in cooperation with UN Women Indonesia and Indonesia's National Commission on Violence Against Women (Komnas Perempuan) - cordially invites you to a discussion on breaking gender barriers. Hear the thoughts of inspiring speakers in overcoming gender roles and stereotypes.