Alison Coleman

Policy Officer - Anti-Corruption in Development

Alison joined Transparency International EU in 2014 and leads the work Development Policies. Previously Alison worked for NGOs including Social Platform and IUCN (the International Union for Conservation of Nature). Alison’s work has focused on strategic communications and stakeholder engagement, and she has particular expertise working on projects in Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Alison holds a MSc in Environmental Science, Policy and Planing from the University of Bath and a BSc from University College Cork.

Alison's Projects

Anti-Corruption Advocacy for Sustainable Development

At the heart of most global challenges lies one problem: corruption. Poverty, climate change, hunger, inequality and conflict are all fueled to varying degrees by corruption.

European Corruption Observatory

A searchable database of European media reports on corruption.

EU Forest Governance

Fighting corruption in forestry and the logging industry

Recent News

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SDGs progress report: A partial truth

On November 20th Eurostat, the statistical office for the European Commission, released their first progress report on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).  The report looked at 100 targets, out of 169, and included Transparency...
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We must end corruption for a sustainable future

We are the first generation in history with the tools to detect, prevent and deter corruption. Transparency and open data can change the nature of the game. The ability to see where, what and how money is spent can help stop corruption.