Paulina Rios Maya is a graduate student in the International Security MA program at Sciences Po, Paris. She has worked with the Anti-Corruption and Integrity Programme at the World Customs Organisation, where she was the project facilitator of the WG for the Integrity Development Guide, a key document used by all member states. During her studies, Paulina presented her research on criminogenic politics and organised crime on various platforms, such as Transparency International Summer School on Anti-Corruption. Amidst these projects, she founded various organisations, including the ‘Correctional Integrity curriculum’ — an initiative aimed to foster healthy relations between inmates and correctional staff in Belgium. Currently, Paulina was selected to complete an academic project in Beijing to learn more about Chinese Criminal law while pursuing her law enforcement certification. She holds dual bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences and Political Science from both Ghent University and Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Her CEFR language skills are Spanish (C2), English (C2), French (B2/C1), Chinese (A2/B1).