Institution: Anti-Corruption Commission, Bangladesh
I have been working for anti-corruption commission since 2011 as an assistant director. I am very much interested in anti-corruption research.
Institution: King Saud University
I am a professor of economics at king Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
I am interested in issues of corruption and their impacts on economics growth and development.
Institution: jigjiga university
Institution: ucp, Lahore
Institution: Development initiative for community enhancement
Susan Abbott joined Internews as the Deputy Director of Program Development in 2010. Abbott supports Internews’ programs worldwide on monitoring, evaluation, research and learning. She is a frequent speaker, organizer of events, and author of publications related to monitoring and evaluation of media development programs. She is a co-director of an annual summer school program at Central European University that seeks to improve practitioner and academic understanding on various matters of media development. Abbott is a co-editor of Measures of Press Freedom and Media Contributions to Development: Evaluating the Evaluators (Peter Lang, 2011).
Institution: National Accountability Bureau
I am highly delighted to learn that such a professionally prolific platform is available for persons like me having quest for better understanding of anti-social and anti-corruption issues endangering the very existence of human beings. I acclaim your efforts and service to humanity from the core of my heart for making this world livea le, merit oriented and corruption free so as to have equal opportunity to all. I offer my humble service and knowledge for this noble cause in any capacity as a volunteer. Good Luck and Keep It Up.
With Transparent Regards
Abdul Hafeez Siddiqui
Additional Director Investigations
National Accountability Bureau Sindh
Institution: Open Society
Abdul Tejan-Cole is the Regional Director for Africa at Open Society Foundation. Prior to his appointment, Abdul served as Commissioner of the Anti Corruption Commission in Sierra Leone from 2007 through April 2010. Abdul’s previous positions include: Attorney in the Special Court for Sierra Leone; Deputy Director for the International Center for Transitional Justices’s (ICTJ) Cape Town Office; and President of the Sierra Leone Bar Association. Abdul also has extensive experience working with OSI. He served as Board Chair of OSIWA from 2002-2007, and has also served as a member of the board of the Open Society Justice Initiative.