Leadership and Management for Integrity, 6 – 11 July 2014, Central European University, Budapest
This course is supported by Siemens as part of the Siemens Integrity Initiative. Integrity Action is the project partner of CEU, which is the Integrity Partner in the project.
Raising integrity standards is increasingly recognised as an effective tool to foster development and strengthen legitimate democratic governance. This course, held for the ninth year, meets a need for critical and strategic approaches to successfully reform institutions to improve levels of governance and integrity. Organisational integrity here refers both to internal processes of control and value-driven reform as well as to the engagement of external stakeholders in the process and management of reform. This course is aimed at managers, internal control specialists (e.g. investigators, compliance officers, inspectors, etc.) as well as civil society representatives. It will also be open to academics interested in offering similar courses at their own universities.
This year the following three policy labs are on offer:
- SME’s and Social Enterprises – Maximising Success with Integrity
- Integrity Building and Closing the Loop: How can we mainstream integrity and feedback in development?
- Integrity in Education: Classroom, Campus and Community-Based Integrity Building
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