MAR 9 2016
6:00PM
presential

Press Freedom and Corruption in Zimbabwe

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Threats to freedom of press are considered an equal threat to the transparency, accountability and integrity needed to combat corruption in any country. Zimbabwe’s free and independent journalists are needed to shine a light on the reality of their society, yet in a country ruled by restrictive laws and an authoritative state private and opposition press are limited every single day.

Transparency International UK invites you to join is in welcoming Mary-Jane Ncube, Executive Director of Transparency International Zimbabwe, for a discussion on the significance of protecting the free press in Zimbabwe in order to effectively fight corruption, and what the UK can do to help.

Venue:
Terrace Suite
Norton Rose Fulbright
3 More London Riverside
London
SE1 2AQ

Time
18.00 Registration
18.30 Mary-Jane Ncube
19.00 Q&A
19.30 Reception

Please register via Eventbrite

www.corruptioninzimbabwe.eventbrite.co.uk

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