Corruption Courses & Curricula
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The programme will take place in London from 19th - 23rd October 2015. If you wish to attend, please register online as soon as possible to secure your place.
A new and free online course, entitled "Transparency and Anti-Corruption", starts from 31st August 2015.
Call for Postgraduates to attend a three-week intensive anti-corruption course in Hong Kong, from 3-26 November 2015.
Three day-long courses at the University of Sydney which aim to raise participant’s awareness of the issue of corruption and corruption risk, equip them with a basic knowledge of the principles of corruption prevention, and the practical steps that they can take.
Professor Keith Henderson shares his insights on teaching the model Course on the UN Convention against Corruption (UNCAC).
Dr. Rajdeep Pakanati's course "Global Mechanisms of Accountability" looks at the burgeoning mechanisms of accountability, while considering the concomitant concept of transparency.
The Economics of Corruption 2014: Seeking the Nudges for Reform. 27 Sept - 4 Oct 2014 at the University of Passau
The 2014 Economics of Corruption will focus on experimental and behavioral approaches to corruption and governance. Findings from the lab and the field are surveyed, linked to survey-data and confronted with theory. The course is directed towards PhD and Master-students in the social sciences (political science, law, economics, business administration, sociology, psychology) who are applying experimental methods in their respective fields and are willing to exchange ideas across disciplinary ...
LLM programme in Transnational Criminal Justice African Perspective- Deadline for applications 31 May 2014
One-year LLM-programme at the The South African-German Centre for Transnational Criminal Justice with courses taught at the University of the Western Cape (UWC) in Cape Town, South Africa.
The Fletcher Summer Institute (FSI) for the Advanced Study of Nonviolent Conflict will be held from June 14-21 this year at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy.
This aim of this course is to introduce students to the social responsibility of organizations towards the community. It focuses on some ethical issues facing organizations and what the effects of such issues on the decision makers in their dealing with society. This course, also, encourages students to behave according to the required ethical standards as employees and managers in their organizations.