Francesco has more than 15 years of experience working in international organisations in the area of good governance, public administration reform and anti-corruption. Currently, Mr Checchi is UNODC’s Anti-Corruption Regional Adviser for Southeast Asia. His work focuses on providing support to member states of the UN Convention Against Corruption for implementation of the Convention. He provides expert advice and input to the development and implementation of technical assistance programmes in anti-corruption at the regional and/or national levels in Southeast Asia and South Asia, in accordance with the UNODC’s overall strategy and as an integral element of the UNODC Regional Programme. Previously, Mr Checchi worked as Anti-Corruption Specialist at the UNDP covering Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
We speak with the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime’s Southeast Asia anti-corruption adviser about frameworks to contain and limit corruption