On 2nd March 2018 expert Lena Andersson lead a public lecture “Are women less corrupt than men – a lecture on the many faces on corruption from a gender perspective”.
Two hours lecture risen a wide range of issues for discussion. The lecturer has focused on such important issues as the place of corruption in the economy, the impact of corruption on progress in achieving gender equality, how to protect yourselves from abuse of power and corruption.
The event was attended by representatives of organizations: “All-Ukrainian Association of Women’s Judges”, “Women – 50% of the country’s success”.
Qui fait quoi?
Ms. Lena Andersson is from Sweden, has experience in finances and business management. Works as Senior Consultant / Coach and CEO of the Balkans Analysis Group, has 20 years of professional experience in international development and has been involved in various democratization projects in different part of a Globe : in Sweden, in the countries behind the Iron Curtain, in Africa, in war-torn countries such as Afghanistan, as well as in countries devastated by war Afghanistan and in less developed countries – Haiti.
The lecturer pays a lot of attention to the development of institutional capacity in the sectors of security reform, which in turn relate to management, public finance management, budgeting, internal control and anti-corruption work. Fighting corruption and strengthening the integrity of individuals, processes and organizations is her conviction, her most passionate work.
Lena has been working with the Linnaeus University (Sweden), Birzeit University (BZU) in Palestine and the Swedish National Defence College (Stockholm, Sweden) and is also a guest lecturer at Malmö University (Malmö, Sweden).
Ms. Andersson has written several manuals on different topics including Police Integrity Toolkit, a guide to fighting corruption in the police.
Furthermore, Lena is an entrepreneur. She initiated and managed several enterprises in parallel with her international activities. She deals with sustainable development issues, such as gender balance, the inclusion of marginal groups in society.
Ms. Andersson freely speaks English, French and German and has basic knowledge of Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian.
Co-organizer of the lecture : Kyiv National Ecomonic University named after Vadym Hetman.
Venue: Kyiv National Ecomonic University
Conference-hall, 3rd floor
Kyiv, 54/1 Peremohy Ave