Nigeria has one of the lowest levels of women representation in politics in Africa, and some Nigerian women hope to change the status quo in 2019. What will women do differently to fight corruption in Nigeria? This week, we hear from aspiring women candidates who if elected, hope to tackle corruption and improve service delivery in Nigeria.
What new technology would transform anti-corruption efforts in Nigeria? What role will ordinary Nigerians play in the effectiveness of such technology? How close are we to getting there?
As we start the New year, Step Up Nigeria seeks innovative ways to solving Nigeria’s corruption problem and this week are joined by Kola Aina (Founder of the Ventures Platform), Adam Talsma (Regional Director for Africa at Reboot), and Chuba & Chine Ezekwesili (Founders of Akanka Design) to do just that.
As 2018 draws to an end we take stock of our first six months of operation. What have we done and what impact have we had? Find out through our annual report, available to download now:
Also in episode 13 of our Step Up Nigeria podcast we talk about some of our highlights.
What has Step Up Nigeria done to improve the fight against corruption in Nigeria? What were the key success stories from this year? On this special Christmas Edition, the team highlight Step Up Nigeria’s Achievements in the year 2018 and plans for the year 2019.
There are informal rules of behaviour in every society, and sometimes these shared beliefs can drive corruption. This week, we answer the questions; What are social norms? Why is collective action in building our value systems important? and How can anti-corruption efforts be made significantly more effective through the social norms approach? Social Norms expert Dr. Leena Hoffman discusses with our Executive Director Onyi Ough.