International Anti-Corruption Summer Academy (IACSA), 3-12 July 2014, Laxenburg Austria
This course is an intensive ten-day programme designed for professionals looking to consolidate their experience and enlarge their competences to better counter corruption.
This course at the International Anti-Corruption Academy is an interdisciplinary programme which addresses trends and practices on the global anti-corruption agenda, promoting a culture of the reflective practitioner. In integrating theory and practice, IACSA allows participants to better assess and identify challenges and best practices, offering frameworks for devising durable strategies. Every year, more than a dozen renowned academics and practitioners teach at IACSA.
The programme has been developed to enhance professionals’ understanding of the complexity of corruption, while at the same time providing them with tools to evaluate anti-corruption practices, policies, and initiatives. In integrating theory and practice, IACSA allows participants to better assess and identify challenges and best practices in preventing and fighting corruption, offering frameworks for devising durable anti-corruption strategies.
See more about IACSA here.