Bio

Morten Koch Andersen is a researcher at the Danish Institute Against Torture. He has worked on issues of torture, political mobilization and human rights for more than a decade, with a special interest in rule of law practices, impunity and corruption. He has carried out research in Bangladesh and Sri Lanka and worked as programme manager on anti-torture and research programmes in West Africa and Libya.

Related Publications

Social accountability initiatives and civil society contribution to anti-corruption efforts in Bangladesh

  • civil society
  • social accountability
  • bangladesh

Literature review of corruption and anti-corruption in Palestine

  • literature review

Overview of corruption and anti-corruption in Liberia

  • natural resource management
  • natural resources
  • integrity
  • anti-corruption

Corruption risks in land-based solutions to climate change

  • land grabbing
  • climate change mitigation

Implementing the G20 Beneficial Ownership Principles: A Technical Guide

  • g20
  • beneficial ownership

Morten Koch Andersen

Affiliation

Dignity-Danish Institute Against Torture

Professional Title

Researcher

Region

  • Asia Pacific

Country/Territory

Topics

Specialisms

Human Rights, Torture, Rule of Law Practices and Impunity

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