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Together against corruption!
A topic for discussion:
Nigerian scholar and political anthropologist, Wale Adebanwi, Friday, put the…Continue
Discussion topic, how corruption can be combated?
Scholars argue that there is no widely accepted definition of corruption; we have not agreed on its measurement, we do have various views in reference to the global anti corruption…Continue
Former US ambassador to Nigeria, Mr Walter Carrington, has…
Nigeria still in top 10 of corrupt countries Though it might seem that the anti-corruption efforts are yielding fruits, Nigeria still falls in the top ten rank of the most corrupt countries in the world by transparency international. Nigeria…Continue
Post Title: Strategic Development and Partnerships, Special Events Intern/Volunteer – unpaid
Post Level: Internship/Volunteer
Org Unit: UN Alliance of Civilizations
Duty Station: New York, NY
Duration: 4 to 6…