Anti-corruption issues have been part of my work since 2001, when I joined the Anti-Corruption Division of the OECD. Prior to that, I spent almost four years in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina working on refugee and humanitarian affairs.
I've assisted U4 in various research projects and running online courses since 2005. In addition, I do consulting work for international organisations such as the Council of Europe, the European Commission, and bilateral donors. Typical assignments involve advice and programme design and evaluations of technical assistance interventions in the area of anti-corruption, rule of law, and good governance. My expertise covers the Western Balkans and the former Soviet Union.
Online training and workshops
- Online course
Gender and corruption
3 Oct 2021
3-week, expert-led course. 4 – 22 October 2021. Learn how to integrate gender, diversity and inclusion practices into anti-corruption programming. This course is designed for development practitioners, public officials, and civil society activists.
- Online course
Addressing corruption in the health sector
10 Nov 2021
3-week, expert-led course. 11 November – 3 December 2021. Improve your understanding of how corruption affects health systems, how it hinders access to health care, and what can be done about it. The course is suitable for development practitioners, public officials, and civil society activists working on health issues.
- Publication | U4 Practitioner Experience Note
The Somalia Humanitarian Fund Accountability Framework: Lessons for risk management in humanitarian aid
21 Jul 2021
The UN-managed Somalia Humanitarian Fund faced a crisis in 2012 when cases of aid diversion were revealed. Since then, implementation of a strict accountability framework holds lessons for other humanitarian funds.Development cooperation