Transparency International’s Defence and Security Programme is partnering with the African Leadership Centre and Africa Research Group at King’s College London for a panel discussion on how corruption undermines security governance across Africa. Coinciding with the launch of TI’s Government Defence Anti-Corruption Index, the event aims to examine the diverse drivers of corruption on the continent and their role in derailing security reform in Uganda and Kenya.
A wine reception will follow the event.
The event will feature:
- Dr Alex Vines, Chatham House, Africa Programme Head (Chair)
- Dylan Hendrickson, Senior Fellow Department of War Studies, King’s College London
- Gladwell Otieno, Executive Director of the Africa Centre for Open Governance (AfriCOG)
Hiruy Gossaye, Project Officer, Conflict and Insecurity Team, Transparency International
Due to the popularity of the event, seats will be given on a first-come, first-served basis.