Officials from the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission (ACRC) of the Republic of Korea, as well as from some of the country’s government ministries and other public enterprises, completed a tailor-made training at IACA’s Laxenburg campus earlier this week.
Topics for this special training included comparative studies on anti-corruption policies, fraud prevention tools and concepts, public procurement vulnerabilities and best practices, corruption risk analysis, and organizational integrity. In addition to attending these sessions, delivered by IACA’s in-house experts and members of its frequent visiting faculty, participants visited the Austrian Court of Audit (Rechnungshof Österreich) and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).
IACA signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the ACRC in 2012 and has delivered several tailor-made trainings for the Commission since then. Ms. Young Ran Kim, former Chairperson of the ACRC, served in her individual capacity as a member of IACA’s Board of Governors from 2012 to 2015.
Tailor-made trainings are IACA’s customized programmes for specific organizations, corporations, or institutions, addressing the unique challenges that each one faces in preventing and fighting corruption.