Government officials from China completed a tailor-made anti-corruption training at IACA’s campus in Laxenburg on Wednesday. Participants included officials from the China Academy of Discipline Inspection and Supervision, the National Commission of Supervision, the Beijing Municipal Commission of Supervision, and various Provincial Commissions of Supervision.
The five-day programme included sessions on conflict of interest investigations, anti-money-laundering, asset recovery, investigation of corruption cases, and extradition and mutual legal assistance. These lectures were delivered by IACA’s in-house experts as well as visiting lecturers. Participants also visited the Austrian Court of Audit and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) as part of the training programme.
A Chinese anti-corruption delegation was recently in Laxenburg discussing strengthening cooperation with IACA. Furthermore, this September, China will host the IACA Regional Summer Academy — East and Southeast Asia, an eight-day programme in Beijing for anti-corruption and compliance professionals from 16 countries.
Previous joint activities include, among others, the China-ASEAN Anti-Corruption Workshop co-hosted by IACA and China in Kunming, the capital of Yunnan Province, in November 2016.