Kaunain received her Master's in Corruption and Governance from The Centre for the Study of Corruption at the University of Sussex in the UK where her focus area of research was corruption in international business. She works as Research Coordinator at Transparency International (TI), and her main responsibilities lie with the Anti-Corruption Helpdesk. In the NGO sector, she has worked as an external contributor for TI's Anti-Corruption Helpdesk, campaigned for nuclear disarmament as Regional Ambassador for South Asia at Global Zero in the USA, and volunteered with the Child in Need Institute (CINI) in India. In the private sector, she has worked as an associate consultant for internal audit services at Ernst and Young (EY) in India. Her other qualifications include degrees in Political Science and Human Rights.
26 May 2020
Liberia’s rich reserve of natural resources have often done it more harm than good. Corruption scandals in natural resource management involve governmental and international players. The effects of cl...
18 Apr 2020
With a huge influx of cashflows and medical supply shortages, humanitarian emergencies create fertile ground for corruption.
14 Feb 2019
The extent of corruption and its effect on the poor. How it prevails in sectors such the judiciary, and what forms it takes. The main drivers, and the anti-corruption actors and initiatives.
22 Oct 2018
While anti-corruption laws in Ethiopia remain strong in principle, they are not implemented adequately.
10 Sep 2018
Ghana is considered to be one of the more stable countries in West Africa, since its transition to multi-party democracy in 1992. Corruption exists in all branches of Ghanaian government, and there is...