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Anti-Corruption in the Infrastructure Sector, 22 - 24 September 2014

The International Anti-Corruption Academy is offering training on anti-corruption techniques in the infrastructure sector.

The training runs for three days, focusing on the sector-specific vulnerabilities to corruption and aiming to strengthen skills and capacity to mitigate corruption risks. It offers an in-depth understanding of the various types of corruption mechanisms in the infrastructure sector and the costs it represents, as well as strategies and tools to prevent it. The programme is taught by Neill Stansbury, Co-founder and Director of the Global Infrastructure Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC).

 

Target Group

Public officials, project managers and supervisors, contractors, and infrastructure experts from development organizations

Duration

22 - 24 September 2014

Application

2 May - 30 June 2014

Language of Instruction

English

Certificate Awarded

Certificate of Completion

Tuition Fee

1,200 EUR (includes lunch, round trip transportation from Vienna to IACA, and evening meals)

Scholarships

Tuition waivers are offered to participants from Least Developed Countries on a competitive basis

Accommodation

Participants are responsible for their own accommodation. A limited amount of rooms will be pre-booked at hotels in various categories in Vienna as well as areas in close proximity to IACA.

 

Course Topics

  • Types of corruption mechanisms in the infrastructure sector
  • Factors at different decision levels prone to corruption (government, project, corporate, and individual level)
  • Estimation of the costs of corruption from a human, environmental, and economic perspective
  • Key elements of anti-corruption programmes for private and public organizations
  • Project anti-corruption measures for public and private sector project owners
  • Compliance, capacity development, and incentives for anti-corruption enforcement
  • Strategies to develop and implement integrity systems in the infrastructure sector

 

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13 Mar 2014



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