National policy responses to international commitments

After initial interest surrounding policy recommendations when a pattern between women in power and corruption levels was first spotted,175 the topic of gender and corruption seemingly dropped down the policymakers’ priority list. However, more recently, anti-corruption policies and gender equality policies have come to mutually reinforce each other by building on each other’s strengths and legacies. However, in doing so, the requirement for reliable data — and the lack thereof — in both areas remains to be addressed, even though sex-disaggregated data may only reveal one layer in the multi-faceted gendered dimensions of corruption. The judiciary plays an important role in changing our understanding of integrity, by ensuring equality before the law, while the systems in place to report wrongdoing and protect reporting persons must be made known to the public and gain their trust.

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