Thursday, January 19, 2017

International Anti-Corruption Summer Academy 2017

The International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) will be hosting its seventh annual Summer Academy from 30 June -7 July 2017 at the IACA campus in Laxenburg, Austria.

The IACA Summer Academy is an intensive, interdisciplinary programme for working professionals looking to consolidate their experiences and enlarge their competencies to better counter corruption.

Interdisciplinary in nature, the programme addresses trends and practices on the global anti-corruption and compliance agenda and promotes a culture of the reflective practitioner. It equips participants with:
A deeper understanding of the intracacies of corruption
Tools to evaluate anti-corruption policies and initiatives
Enhanced skill sets to assess best practices and cross-sectoral challenges
Know-how to help bridge the gap between anti-corruption theory and practice
Frameworks for devising sustainable anti-corruption strategies
Exposure to the latest research and case studies from world leading experts
The opprotunity to exchange experiences and develop a strong network

Anti-Corruption experts, business, government and civil society leaders and researchers with a minimum of five years experience are encouranged to apply.

The tuition fee is 2,780.00 Euro (with accommodation & shuttle services). A limited number of scholarships are offered to participants from Least Developed Countries on a competitive basis.

Applications are now open until 20 March 2017.
More information on the training can be found on the website link; http://www.iaca.int/opentrainings/summer_academy.html or alternatively email us at summeracademy@iaca.int
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