Mushtariy Madrahimova

Mushtariy worked in the private sector for eight years, then started her career in public service in 2017 working on large-scale legal and political reform implementation in Uzbekistan.

As a head of division in the Ministry of Justice of Uzbekistan, she was responsible for developing international cooperation in the legal sphere. This included implementing best international practices in the justice sector in cooperation with international organisations and in particular raising legal awareness and providing legal services to people.

Mushtariy currently works at the State Anti-Corruption Agency of Uzbekistan, where she is part of the anti-corruption reform implementation team. She coordinates the work of state organisations in implementing anti-corruption management systems in accordance with international standards and training public officials on public service integrity.

Mushtariy has a Bachelor’s degree in Commercial Law from the Westminster International University in Tashkent (Uzbekistan). She is also now pursuing her masters degree at the University of Oxford, specialising in public policy. Her policy interests are preventing corruption, and ensuring integrity, openness and transparency in public and private sectors.