Tosin Osasona is a Senior Research Associate at the Center for Public Policy Alternatives, a public policy think-tank based in Lagos, Nigeria.

As a lawyer and a development professional with crosscutting experience in legal practice, public policy analysis and security sector governance, he is interested in policy-centered interventions focusing on effective, efficient and accountable service delivery by Nigeria’s security and justice agencies. He holds a Master of Laws degree in International Crime and Justice from the University of Turin, Turin Italy.

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Overview of corruption and anti-corruption in Chad

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  • food
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Togo: Rapport parallele 2018. Revue des progrès de mise en oeuvre de l’ODD16

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The relationship between corruption and protest

  • social movements
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Influencing governments on anti-corruption using non-aid means

  • trade agreements
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  • trade
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Tosin Osasona


Center for Public Policy Alternatives, Lagos, Nigeria

Professional Title

State Intervention Lead


  • Sub-Saharan Africa




Security sector reform and governance; public policy research and analysis; international criminal justice; program management; capacity development and community engagement

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