Integrity Nominated at the 2016 British Expertise Awards

Integrity is proud to be nominated for the 2016 British Expertise ‘Outstanding International Business – SME’ award. The award is given “to the UK professional services organisation that is judged to have achieved the most impressive overall business performance internationally during 2015” (BE) – SME’s being organisations with under 250 employees. The judging criteria for the award are: a strong local outcome, tackling new markets, an increase in turnover and innovative or challenging project case study(ies) (BE).

We are glad to put forward the following projects on our bid:

  • Strengthening the Protection of Human Rights in Tanzania – Civil and Political Rights Tracking Project for DFID
    • Also known as UHAKIKI, Integrity recently celebrated the first of three years’ implementation for this project.
  • Cross-Cutting Evaluation of DFID’s Approach to Remote Management in Somalia and North-East Kenya
  • Third Party Monitoring of a Community Security Programme in Opposition-Controlled Northern Syria
    • See here to see Kathryn Rzeszut (project team lead and Integrity’s DME manager) and Alexander Mayer-Rieckh (Senior Security & Justice Advisor for Integrity) discuss security and justice in active conflict at ODI in London.

The project Tamkeen: Supporting Local Governance in Syria, jointly delivered by Integrity and Adam Smith International has also been nominated for the Outstanding International Development in a Fragile State (Non-Infrastructure) award.

Integrity is thrilled to have been nominated for these prestigious awards, which support British businesses internationally, and we look forward to the winners’ announcements in April 2016.

Find out more about the British Expertise awards here.

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