The Allard Prize has benefited from the support of an Advisory Board, consisting of influential members of the anti-corruption and human rights communities worldwide. The Advisory Board exists to further the mission and aims of the Allard Prize. It acts as a sounding board for the Allard Prize Committee in meeting its objectives and vision, in particular with respect to the selection process.
The current members of the Allard Prize Advisory Board are:
Ms. Eva Joly - Member of the European Parliament Brussels, Belgium - Lawyer at the Paris Bar Paris, France (Appointed in 2018) Paul Radu Executive Director Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project Romania (Appointed in 2018) Dr. Comfort Ero Program Director, Africa International Crisis Group Nairobi, Kenya (Appointed in 2018) Mr. Kol Preap Executive Director Transparency International Cambodia Phnom Penh, Cambodia (Appointed in 2018) Dr. Marianne I. Camerer, M.A., M.Phil., Ph.D. Programme Director, Graduate School of Development Policy and Practice University of Cape Town Cape Town, South Africa (Appointed in 2014) Professor Susan Rose-Ackerman, B.A., Ph.D. Henry R. Luce Professor of Jurisprudence Law and Political Science Yale University New Haven, CT, United States of America (Appointed in 2014)
The past members of the Allard Prize Advisory Board are:
Dr. Mark S. Ellis, B.S., J.D., Ph.D. Executive Director International Bar Association London, England (Served from 2013 - 2018) Mr. James M. Klotz, LL.B. Partner Miller Thomson LLP Toronto, Canada (Served from 2013 - 2018) Justice Ellen G. Northfleet Partner Ellen Gracie Advogados Associados Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Served from 2013 - 2016) Ms. Clare Wee, Esq. Head, Office of Anticorruption and Integrity Asian Development Bank Manila, Philippines (Served from 2014 - 2018) Stephen Zimmermann, Esq. Director of Operations, Integrity Vice President The World Bank Washington, DC, United States of America (Served from 2013 - 2018)