Women and children most affected by global corruption

Martin Kreutner, Dean of the International Anti-Corruption Academy. Photo: UN Vienna

Women and children around the world suffer the "poisonous" effects of corruption the most.

That's according to the chief of the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA), an organization co-founded by the UN Office on Drugs and Crime.

Several of the newly-adopted Sustainable Development Goals tie in anti-corruption and the push for greater gender equality.

That's a central theme of the education and research work of the IACA.

Martin Nesirky spoke to the organization's Dean, Martin Kreutner, and asked him to explain more:

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