Nermin has over eight years of professional experience in providing technical assistance to the rule of law, security and criminal justice processes and reforms in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Furthermore, he has rich experience in analysing justice and security legislative, institutional and organisational issues, and especially, in monitoring anti-corruption developments, judiciary responses to corrupt behaviour and efforts to combat corruption. Nermin has joined Lucid Linx in 2015, and since then, has worked on justice sector and anti-corruption projects with some of key international donors such as United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and British Embassy Sarajevo.
Prior to joining Lucid Linx, Nermin has worked both with donor agencies and non-governmental organisations in Bosnia and Herzegovina, including: USAID, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), European Commission, The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Sarajevo and Transparency International, with a strong focus on anti-corruption policies, conducting numerous desk-reviews, report writing, conducting numerous analyses and gap analyses, producing policy and research papers and preparation and delivery of trainings. In addition, Nermin was a member of the inter-agency working group for the development of Strategy to Combat Corruption and the Action Plan against Corruption in Bosnia and Herzegovina for 2015—2019. He was a president and a member of Justice Sector Working Group within ACCOUNT in Bosnia and Herzegovina for three years.
Nermin holds Master’s degree in Criminal justice sciences—Economic crime from US Ministry of Justice (ICITAP) and Faculty for Criminal Justice, Criminology and Security Studies of University of Sarajevo and Bachelor’s degree in Criminal justice sciences from University of Sarajevo.
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