17th IACC has ended

The world’s greatest forum for civil society, goverments and the private sector working together to fight corruption.

A preview of the agenda is found below. Please note that this is a draft agenda and subject to change. 

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Anga Timilsina

Global Programme Advisor, Anti-Corruption
Are winning or losing the battle against corruption?

Anga Timilsina is the Programme Manager of the UNDP Global Anti-Corruption Initiative (GAIN) – the UNDP global initiative in response to the increasing demand for technical assistance in anti-corruption from more than 130 country offices and UNDP programming countries. Mr. Timilsina coordinates UNDP anti-corruption efforts at the global level including global advocacy and awareness, research and analysis, and donor and partner coordination. Mr. Timilsina also supports regional and sub-regional initiatives with resources and programme advice including the participation of civil society and the media in increasing demand for anti-corruption interventions and advocacy programmes and monitoring supporting studies on trends, current initiatives and challenges in the area of fighting corruption. He is currently coordinating the development of UNDP’s policy and programme including UNDP’s partnership with the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network (MACN) to bring together governments, civil society, private sectors and international development partners to prevent corruption at ports. Anga also provides training programmes, support designing and developing anti-corruption projects, national strategies and programmes upon request by UNDP country offices and government counterparts. Mr. Timilsina was previously with RAND Cooperation, a U.S.-based nonprofit institution that helps improve policy and decision making through research and analysis. At RAND, Anga worked on a issue ranging from the post-conflict reconstruction to health and education reforms in many developing countries. Anga has A Ph.D. in Policy Analysis from the Pardee RAND Graduate School and a master’s degree in international development from the International University of Japan. He also brings his experiences working for various non-governmental agencies in Nepal.