The Conference of the States Parties (CoSP) is the main policymaking body of the United Nations Convention against Corruption. CoSP meets every alternate year and the tenth session was held in Atlanta in December 2023.

As part of the CoSP’s Anti-Corruption Academic Symposium, Timby’s Founder, Anjali Nayar, presented Timby’s work to hundreds of delegates (in-person and online) during a panel organized by the UN’s GRACE Initiative (the Global Resource for Anti-Corruption Education and Youth Empowerment).

Nayar highlighted Timby’s work with CISLAC on sexual corruption, implementing the Timby reporting system in three states of Nigeria, including Lagos, Akwa-Ibom, and Abujato. The system enables students to anonymously report sexual corruption and other crimes using the Timby App. Reports received on the Timby Dashboard get shared with partner organizations to provide victims or their loved ones mental health or legal support.

Timby is working with the Global Resource for Anti-Corruption Education and Youth Empowerment initiative launched by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) to expand the university reporting system to South Africa in 2024.

alt text Photo: UNIS Vienna

alt text Photo: UNIS Vienna