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United NationsThe International Anti-Corruption Academy has been welcomed by the United Nations General Assembly to serve as a non-state observer. Through the adoption of Resolution 68/122 on 16 December 2013, the General Assembly wishes to promote cooperation between the UN and IACA and invites IACA to participate in the sessions and work of the General Assembly as an observer.

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The application deadline for the Legal Incentives for Corporate Integrity Training (LICIT) has been extended to 9 January 2014. For more information, click here.


IACA's 2nd Assembly of Parties in Bangkok, ThailandThe second session of IACA’s Assembly of Parties culminated with the adoption of six resolutions yesterday. Deliberations spanned the course of three days, with more than 40 delegations having taken part. The Assembly adopted the work programme for the next three years, which includes strategic objectives, an agenda for programmes, activities,

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Martin Kreutner addressing the AssemblyThe second session of the Assembly of Parties started today in Bangkok, generously hosted by the Kingdom of Thailand. In his opening statement, Martin Kreutner, Dean of IACA and Executive Secretary to the Assembly of Parties, called for strong and stable ownership of the organization and urged Parties, Signatories, and stakeholders to financially contribute to IACA.

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Difference by Vissaroot LerdlumToday marks the 10th anniversary of the annual observance of International Anti-Corruption Day, symbolizing a decade since the passage of the milestone United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC). On this occasion, the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) of Thailand and IACA have organized a mobile exhibition featuring 50 paintings by young artists, related to corruption.

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