Senior Research Consultant – Institute for Security Studies
Charles Goredema is a senior research consultant on trends of economic crime in Africa. A lawyer by training, Mr. Goredema’s career includes a stint in the prosecution of economic crime in Zimbabwe. He was admitted to practice law in 1987. He subsequently lectured courses on criminal justice in Zimbabwe and South Africa. After joining the Institute for Security Studies in August 2000, he researched emerging forms of transnational crime and their financial dimensions. He has worked on research and capacity development projects in more than 15 African countries. Mr. Goredema’s findings and remedial suggestions have been shared with policy-makers, regulators, law enforcement practitioners and civil society through briefings, seminars and conferences. Some of them have been published, and can be accessed through various websites. He regularly presents courses at the Botswana Police College and the University of the Western Cape. He has recently revised the African Development Bank’s strategy to combat money laundering and illicit financial flows.
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