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Finn Heinrich has close to 20 years of international programmatic and research experience on governance, democracy and civil society issues during which he served as Programme Director for CIVICUS: World Alliance for Citizen Participation and more recently as Research Director for Transparency International.

Finn joined Democracy Reporting International in June 2017 as Director of Programmes. He holds a doctoral degree in Political Science and has published widely in research journals on civil society and corruption issues. Finn is also drawn upon frequently by global media outlets (e.g. BBC, The Guardian, NPR, FAZ, Die Welt) to provide expert inputs on corruption trends around the world.

Related Publications

UNCAC and the role of civil society

  • uncac
  • civil society

The potential role of EITI in fighting corruption and IFFs

  • eiti
  • illicit financial flows

MECANISMES DE PLAINTES A L’ECHELLE LOCALE : BONNES PRATIQUES

  • mécanismes de plaintes
  • aide humanitaire
  • gouvernance locale

Standards de participation citoyenne

  • public participation
  • public consultations

Corruption in Afghanistan and the role of development assistance

  • judiciary
  • health
  • security
  • education
  • drug trafficking
  • organised crime

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