Jeroen Michels is Policy Analyst at the OECD where he is working on advancing the public integrity agenda and his portfolio includes the Integrity Forum, the Integrity Reviews in Thailand and Indonesia.
Jeroen has over 12 years of experience in governance, anti-corruption, and programme management. He held various positions in government, as he led internal and external anti-corruption activities of the Belgian Development Agency, and in academia and international organisations (UNMIK, UNICEF, UNESCO, EU External Action Service). Before joining the OECD, Jeroen was Senior Coordinator at the International Anti-Corruption Academy in Vienna, where he managed the Academy’s international capacity development programmes in the field of public sector integrity, compliance and collective action. Prior to this, he was responsible for the governance and decentralisation programme of UNICEF in Vietnam and he acted as guest lecturer at the National Academy of Public Administration in Hanoi and HCMC. Previously, as Governance Expert at the Belgian Development Agency, he designed various governance programmes and led the development of organisational integrity instruments.
Jeroen holds academic degrees in political sciences, sociology and economy and his field experience includes Kosovo, Vietnam, Burundi, Palestine Territories and DRC.
Session : A whole-of-government approach on anti-corruption: concepts, building blocks and international good practices
Time : 14:30 - 16:00