I’ve been involved with U4 for many years – currently as director since 2016. I’m the deputy director at CMI – the institute where U4 has its home.
On the research-side, I’m a political scientist. In my PhD in post-war recovery studies I analysed coordination of humanitarian assistance in complex emergencies. My research interests include aid coordination, forced migration and reintegration, peace-building and security sector reform, and corruption risks in humanitarian and development assistance.
My work experience includes leading several evaluation teams and research programmes, many in and on Afghanistan. I have extensive management experience from NGOs and research institutes. For example, I’ve helped develop management and professional capacities of Afghan NGOs and peace-building organisations.
You can see all my publications on the CMI profile page.
3 May 2020
It is possible to apply the zero-tolerance principle in a way that still observes the ‘do no harm’ principle. This would at the same time strengthen anti-corruption efforts.