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Group photo webStudents from IACA’s 2017 – 2019 Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) programme are currently in Tbilisi, Georgia for the in-class part of their final module, which focuses on Corruption Prevention and the Future of Anti-Corruption. After successful implementation of the MACS module in Georgia in April 2017, this module is again generously hosted by the Ministry of Justice of Georgia and the Training Center of Justice of Georgia.

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Malaysia flagMalaysia has made a voluntary contribution of EUR 50,000 to support IACA’s work in empowering anti-corruption and compliance professionals across the globe. Malaysia’s previous total contribution to IACA’s general budget from 2012 to 2018 was EUR 851,698.97.

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IMG 9863 webIn the first week of April, IACA delivered tailor-made anti-corruption trainings for representatives of the Police Forces (1-2 April) and the Police Academy (2-3 April) of the Slovak Republic. The activities took place in Piešťany and Bratislava, respectively, and engaged in total 46 participants.

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It is with deep regret that IACA and its staff have learned of the passing of Mr. Dimitri Vlassis. He played a crucial role in the establishment of IACA, was a member of its Frequent Visiting Faculty, and participated in numerous academic Defence Committees for master’s thesis.

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DSC 0770 webStudents from IACA’s 2017 International Master in Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action (IMACC) Programme are currently in Basel, Switzerland for the in-class part of their final module, which focuses on Collective Action and the Value of Joining Forces, organized at the Basel Institute on Governance

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