November 30, 2016

One More Question with Laura Alonso

Argentina's Anti-Corruption Officer, Laura Alonso, came to the Council September 22. We asked her what one question she wished she was asked that day. See what she said.

"I would have been asked: what's your driver? What is moving you to commit publicly with the anti-corruption agenda or the gender agenda? And I think it's a passion to live in a better world. That is the passion for the future -- to leave a better future for my family, for communities, and for the world."

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