Governing Board of Administrators

The IIJ is guided and supported in its mission by an international Governing Board of Administrators (GBA), representing 14 governments and the European Union.

The GBA meets twice yearly to review the Annual Programme and Budget, to receive updates on the implementation of IIJ strategies (such as those guiding sustainability, monitoring and evaluation, and communications), and to approve partnerships. The GBA has adopted comprehensive policies on security, financial administration, personnel and procurement, and receives an annual independent audit of the Institute’s finances conducted by Deloitte.


Government of the United Kingdom

An active member of the Governing Board of Administrators, the Government of the United Kingdom also supports capacity-building projects under a number of the Core Initiatives & Workstreams. The United Kingdom is also the main donor supporting the IIJ Investigations Initiative, with many of its activities designed and implemented by successive UK-seconded Senior Investigations Advisers. The IIJ is grateful to the United Kingdom for its continued trust and support.

Spotlight: Malta

Spotlight: Government of Malta

Since its establishment, the IIJ Executive Secretariat has proudly called Malta – specifically the historic capital of Valletta – home. Malta provides a neutral learning environment where sensitive topics can be discussed in a constructive manner. Malta’s central location in the Mediterranean is easily accessibly for practitioners from across Africa, the Middle East, and the IIJ’s other focus regions.

The IIJ is very grateful for the Government of Malta’s continued support for our mission and vision. Malta’s commitment to the IIJ is reflected not only in its active participation on the Governing Board of Administrators, but also ongoing support from the President of Malta, HE George Vella, a partnership with the University of Malta’s Valletta Campus, and the Government’s in-kind and flexible financial contributions, supporting the future success of the IIJ.