Governance

International Academic Advisory Board

Governance

International Academic Advisory Board

The International Academic Advisory Board (IAAB) consists of eminent academic personalities and experts in the field of anti-corruption. All of them serve in their individual capacity and were unanimously elected by the Board of Governors.

In accordance with Article VIII of the IACA Agreement, the function of the IAAB is to advise in matters related to education, training, and research.

Chairperson

Hans-Heiner Kühne (Germany)

Professor of Criminal Law, European and international criminal law, criminal procedure law, and criminology, University of Trier

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Vice Chairperson

 

Daniel Ming-chak Li (China)

Former Deputy Commissioner and Head of Operations, Hong Kong Independent Commission against Corruption (ICAC)

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Muzong Kodi (DRC)

Associate Fellow of the Africa Programme, Chatham House

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Vladimir I. Lafitsky (Russian Federation)

Member of the Helsinki Committee and Professor of Law, Kutafin Moscow State Law University (MSAL)

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Abdelaziz Nouaydi (Morocco)

Professor of Law, Lawyer at Rabat Bar (Morocco) and Counsel at International Criminal Court

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Pil Hwan Oh (Republic of Korea)

Professor, Baekseok University

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Friedrich Schneider (Austria)

Professor of Economics, Johannes Kepler University Linz

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Slagjana Taseva
(North Macedonia)

Committee Member, Independent Joint Anti-Corruption Monitoring and Evaluation Committee (MEC)

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Jean-François Thony (France)

Attorney General, Court of Appeal of Colmar

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FORMER MEMBERS
OF THE BOARD

 

Cornel Calinescu (Romania)

2013 - 2018

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Laurynas Pakstaitis (Lithuania)

2013 - 2016

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