Dr Sanjeev Narrainen, Integrity and Compliance Manager at the Green Climate Fund, gives us his musings on measuring integrity at our 'think-in' on the topic in Vienna in Autumn 2022.
Background The Global Programme for Measuring Corruption (‘GPMC’) recently held a 'think-in' at their HQ in the International Anti-Corruption Academy, in Vienna, to examine how measuring a different concept - integrity - could help change the narrative and yield better outcomes in the anti-corruption field.
The GPMC assembled a learned, thoughtful and talkative team of practitioners and academics from a diverse range of disciplines and continents, to listen, debate and learn about the topic over four days.
In this conversation with Dr Sanjeev Narrainen, the Integrity and Compliance Manager at the Green Climate Fund, he talks about his interest in the anti-corruption field, the corruption risks in grant-giving, and how measuring integrity could offer a fresh approach to mitigating these risks.
More about Dr Sanjeev Sarrainen Sanjeev is the Integrity and Compliance Manager at the Green Climate Fund (Seoul, South Korea), and has over 20 years’ experience in integrity and compliance, having held different roles as integrity specialist at the African Development Bank and Mauritius’ Independent Commission against Corruption. Dr. Narrainen holds a PhD in Criminology from the University of Portsmouth (UK) and an LLM in information technology and communications laws from the University of Strathclyde. His PhD thesis delved into corruption risks in the implementation of projects funded by multilateral organizations. He has published academic papers, book chapters and working papers on corruption in Africa, business ethics, and corruption risk mitigation in international development projects funded by multilateral organizations, and has presented at international conferences on corruption, such as the OECD anti-corruption and integrity forum and the European Business Ethics Network. To find out more about the Green Climate Fund
Want to hear more? We recorded one-on-one conversations with all of the other participants at the Vienna think-in, whch are now available to listen to on all the major podcast platforms. https://measurement-matters.zencast.website
After the event we also recorded a conversation between the co-organisers of the 'think-in' - Liz David Barrett, Dieter Zinnbauer and Juan Ceballos - on why they chose the topic, what they learnt from the event and how it will inform the 'Programme' over the coming months. https://measurement-matters.zencast.website/episodes/reflecting-on-the-think-in-on-measuring-integrity
Want to read more? If you would like to read more on the topic then:
Here’s our background briefing paper (LINK TO COME) published before the think-in; and
Here’s our key insights paper published after the 'think-in'.
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