|Publish Year :||2019|
|Thematic Area:||Planning and Budgeting|
|Countries:||Dominican Republic, Venezuela, Bolivarian Republic of, Trinidad and Tobago, Peru, Panama, Brazil, Chile, Honduras, Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Jamaica, Guatemala, El Salvador, Bahamas, Mexico, Guyana, Barbados|
|Region of Relevance:||Americas and the Caribbean|
The recent release of the Global Corruption Barometer (GCB) – Latin America and the Caribbean is an important step for understanding how corruption affects women. Based on a survey of more than 17,000 people in 18 countries across the region, the report reveals new data that could help develop more gender-responsive anticorruption programmes and policies.
This booklet presents the main findings of the study conducted by Transparency International in the context of the Barometer of Corruption. UN Women funded the study and also participated in generating gender-based questions in the survey. To access the full report, please go to: https://www.transparency.org/whatwedo/publication/global_corruption_barometer_latin_america_and_the_caribbean_2019