Fatema Afroz is a graduate of the Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS), and she also has master degree in Governance and Public Policy and bachelor degree in International Relations from the University of Dhaka (Bangladesh). Fatema is a researcher and currently works with Transparency International Bangladesh. Among her research interest areas are corruption, governance, gender, parliament, and compliance. She has co-authored a number of research papers, including on Governance Challenges of Capital Development Authority (2020), the National Household Survey (2015), Women and Corruption (2015), Parliament Watch (2009, 2011, and 2015), and Tracking Electoral Commitment (2012). Currently Fatema is working on a research on governance and right to information. She is also engaged with developing a project on corruption and governance in public sector. She is also working with UNCAC Coalition as Regional Coordinator for Asia -Pacific region.
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