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"Preventing Corruption in Humanitarian Assistance" with Roslyn Hees

Dublin, 23 April 2007 - The second of TI Ireland's Executive Education seminars for Development Agencies will look at the prevention of corruption in humanitarian relief and reconstruction efforts. The session will draw largely from TI's work with the Overseas Development Institute and the Christian Michelsen Institute on Corruption Risk Mapping for Humanitarian Assistance.

23 May 2007, 9.30am to 11am - Cassidy's Hotel, Parnell Square (Facing the Gate Theatre), Dublin 1

Entry is free. 

Roslyn Hees is Senior Advisor for the Transparency International Secretariat and is currently leading a programme at Transparency International (TI) on Preventing Corruption in Humanitarian Assistance. Roslyn has worked with TI since 1997, as Director for Africa and the Middle East Department (2000-2002) as well as advising on evaluation and fundraising on a pro-bono basis. Prior to this she worked with the World Bank (1979-1997) as a project officer and manager for human development operations in the Asia/Pacific and Middle East/North Africa regions and with the UNDP in Haiti (1975-1978).

This event is supported by Irish Aid