Corruption is corrosive to good governance, the rule of law and respect for human rights. It is therefore essential that multi-track accountability solutions include anti-corruption strategy when appropriate.

Oliver works with partners on anti-corruption issues around the world and in particular, corruption’s links to human rights abuses and conflict. This work includes utilising global sanctions regimes, compliance efforts related to the UN Convention Against Corruption, liaising with government departments on anti-corruption strategy and research and writing on effective anti-corruption tools.

Notable work includes:

  • Advice and drafting of submissions to the UK FCDO’s Global Anti-Corruption Sanctions Regime. Countries of focus include, Ukraine, Sudan, South Sudan, Eritrea, and Myanmar
  • Advice and Submissions to the UN Working Group on Business and Human Rights
  • Training of Latin America and Caribbean Transparency International chapters on the UK Global Anti-Corruption Sanctions Regime
  • Advice and advocacy on the launch of anti-corruption sanctions regimes in the UK, EU and Australia

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