Tim Sheehy

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Tim Sheehy "works on governance, with a focus on corporate governance and corruption, and democratisation, and the development and monitoring of electoral systems and practice, including the functioning of Electoral Commissions. He has established and managed European Commission country offices in southern Africa, has worked within regional organisations (including SADC in its early days), and has experience of the development of civil society, including in a management role within the Catholic Institute for International Relations." [1]

  • Principal, The Policy Practice [2]
  • Team Leader for Output-to-Purpose review of an anti-corruption programme implemented by Transparency International – Bangladesh. For a consortium of donors led by DFID. 2004. (Sheehy). - 2004
  • Set up and headed European Commission Co-ordination Office, Pretoria, South Africa, 1991 - 1994
  • Head, European Commission Co-ordination Office, Windhoek, Namibia, 1990 - 1991
  • Secretary, Southern African Advanced Education Project (SAAEP), Queen Elizabeth House, Oxford: 1988 - 1989 "Responsibility for the design and implementation of a unique training programme for black South Africans, which had a significant impact on the strategy adopted by the international community in preparing for a post-apartheid South Africa." CV
  • Adviser to the Executive Secretary, Southern African Development Community (SADC), Zimbabwe & Botswana, 1981 - 1988
  • Zimbabwe Project, Founding Vice-Chairman, 1978-82

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  1. Tim Sheehy, The Policy Practice, accessed March 9, 2010.
  2. Directors, The Policy Practice, accessed March 9, 2010.