Reference material for anti-corruption modules: the Anti-Corruption Academic Initiative (ACAD)
The ACAD is a collaborative academic support tool launched in 2011 and supported by Northeastern University and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) along with the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the International Bar Association (IBA).
The tool provides a comprehensive selection of academic modules, case studies and reference materials on 20 different aspects of corruption and anti-corruption. These recourses are freely available for use by universities, NGOs and citizens. In hosting these resources, the ACAD seeks to encourage the teaching of anti-corruption issues as part of courses such as law, business, criminology and political science.
In relation to each topic, the Group have brought together a selection of relevant resources including academic articles, case-studies and reports that can be used by academics, students and practitioners in support of their activities.
The topics are as follows:
15. Asset Recovery
To access these resources and for further information, click here.