Consultancy opportunity on discrimination and exclusion in land corruption | Land Portal
Transparency International
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As part of the Land and Corruption in Africa (LCA) Phase II (2021-2025) project, Transparency International is inviting gender and inclusion research experts to design and conduct research on how land corruption disproportionately impacts certain people and groups due to intersecting factors related to discrimination and exclusion in Sub-Saharan Africa. The main goal of the research is to highlight how people at risk of discrimination are particularly impacted by the effects of land corruption across eight countries in the region and put forward recommendations on how to address this.

Deadline for applications: Dec 11, 2022

Further details can be accessed here.

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