Jasna Šelih

Policy Officer

Jasna works as a researcher on a project examining the conditionalities embedded in EU Structural and Investment Funds. She also works on policy issues related to increasing the transparency of EU institutions such as monitoring lobbying and conflicts of interest within the European Parliament and Commission. Prior to that she worked for Slovenia's Permanent Representations at the UN in Geneva and the OECD in Paris, as a student consultant for UK DFID and at CARE International UK. She holds an MSc from the London School of Economics and Political Science and a BA in Politics and International Relations from Queen Mary, University of London.

Recent News


How to re-establish the rule of law in the EU

The Polish Parliament recently approved two laws that would enable the government to remove several Supreme Court judges and consequently further subordinate the country’s public institutions to the ruling Law and Justice Party (PiS). The move...

Cashback: How can the EU help in returning stolen assets?

For too long the corrupt have been able to steal from the public purse with impunity. One of the best ways to address this is to prevent people from profiting from the proceeds of corruption. Asset recovery – the process of returning stolen assets...