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About me

Recent publications – Recent Speaking Engagements – Recent Assignments   Malika Aït-Mohamed Parent is an International Independent Anti-Corruption Expert. From anti-corruption preaching to corruption fighting, Malika is committed in developing institutional accountability framework embracing soft and hard components of Fraud and Corruption prevention and control. With 30 years of experience in the Humanitarian sector, she has actively contributed – at senior management level- to strategic development, policy creation & implementation, network empowerment and compliance...

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Recent publications

Malika Aït-Mohamed Parent – About me – Recent Speaking Engagements – Recent Assignments     The myth of good will, Your Public Value, Interview, 13 April 2018 here Managing corruption in context of fragility, IACA website, Blog, 05 March 2018, available here Insights into Corruption prevention and control in the Humanitarian Space, IACAlumnus, March 2017, page 21, available here Corruption prevention and control in the Humanitarian Space: Paving the way from Naivity to Compliance, International Anti-Corruption Academy, December 2016 (Soon on IACA web site ) Corruption: a...

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Recent Speaking Engagements

Malika Aït-Mohamed Parent – About me – Recent publications – Recent Assignments     Corruption and SDGs, Master in European and International Governance, Module 8 on “Transforming Our World: Agenda 2030 and Other Key Plans of Action” (partnership Geneva University, UNITAR, Center for European Legal Studies, and the Global Studies Institute of the University of Geneva), Lecturer, Geneva, Switzerland, 11 June 2018 Detecting wrong behaviour towards a more ethical business environment, EBBF 28th Annual International Learning Event, Key Note Opening Spearker, Chavanne-de-Bogis,...

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Recent Assignments

Malika Aït-Mohamed Parent – About me – Recent publications – Recent Speaking Engagements   Field operation, Humanitarian sector, West Africa, Investigator, July 2016 Fraud and Corruption, prevention and Control for finance analysts, Trainer, The International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) Americas, Panama City, Panama, September 2016 Conflict finance, aid diversion, corruption and oversight; a certain perspective, Trainer, Master in Humanitarian Action, Center for Education and Research in Humanitarian Action (CERAH), Geneva, Switzerland, November 2016...

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