Izadora Zubek, an International Affairs Officer at the AFA gives us her musings on measuring integrity from our 'think-in' on the topic in Vienna, Autumn 2022.
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 in the anti-corruption field and lead to a more useful set of indicators.
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 Vienna.
In this one-on-one conversation with Izdora Izubke at the 'think-in' she talks about her interest and experience in anti-corruption, ethics and integrity; and how measuring integrity relates to the work of the French Anti-Corruption Agency ('AFA').
More about Izadora
As an International Affairs Officer, Izadora Zubek is in charge of developing the AFA’s bilateral and multilateral international relations. Prior to joining the AFA, Ms. Zubek held the position of International Project Officer at the High Authority for Transparency in Public Life (HATVP). She also worked at the BRICS Policy Center, a think tank based in Brazil, and at the European Commission, where she assisted in the preparations for the European Solidarity Corps programme. Ms. Zubek holds master’s degrees in Political Science and International Relations from Paris II Panthéon-Assas University and the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro.
To find out more about the AFA - https://www.agence-francaise-anticorruption.gouv.fr/fr
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We recorded one-on-one conversations with all of the other participants at the Vienna 'think-in,' which 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 thought the topic was worth investigating, 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
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Here’s our key insights paper published after the 'think-in'.
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