Alan Dreanic is the Deputy General-Director of CFI since 2019. He has been active for more than 20 years in the field of development aid and the promotion of good governance and the media. He was Permanent Delegate to the European Union for the International Federation for Human Rights – FIDH- in Brussels (2002-2004). He then joined the European Commission/Europeaid for which he was Programme Manager for the ”European Instrument for Democracy and Human Rights”, then Country Manager for Iran (2004-2008). Back in France, he held various management positions within the French international technical expertise agency ”Expertise France” (subsidiary of the French Development Agency) and its predecessor agencies. He was Deputy Head of the Financial Affairs and Project Management Department, Head of Multilateral Financing Research, Director of Operations and Development of ”France International Expertise” (2010-2014) and Director of the Democratic Governance and Human Rights Department of Expertise France (2015-2018). In parallel, he was an evaluator of funding proposals on human rights for the European Commission and he also worked for the UNHCR as an associate judge at the National Court of Asylum (2016-2018).
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