I’m a lawyer specialising in international human rights and refugee law, and am interested in the relationship between asylum policy and development aid. I’m also responsible for U4's thematic area corruption and migration. I currently oversee U4's e-learning portfolio, which includes our Essentials of anti-corruption course, as well as specialised courses in health, NRE, and corruption risk management.
In 2017, I completed a PhD at the University of Bergen exploring the concept of safe spaces in refugee law. I have worked as a researcher and protection adviser in East and West Africa, DRC and Sri Lanka. I have also worked in the US, China and Taiwan.
You can see all my publications on the CMI profile page.
14 May 2019
An introduction for country-level donor agency and embassy staff on what the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) covers, and how it can be used by development partners.
4 Apr 2019
In 2016, the Jordanian government began issuing work permits for Syrian refugees in a new type of migration governance, which engendered practices of corruption and barriers to inclusive labour integration with important policy implications.
7 Mar 2019
How measurement can help solve real-world challenges of designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating programmes.
3 Jan 2019
Donor strategies for reducing corruption in Cambodia need to be clear about how interventions will deliver democratic dividends.
19 Dec 2018
Anti-corruption interventions in the medical and pharmaceutical sectors in this region have consisted of promoting integrity, transparency and accountability, quality control testing and social accountability.