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UN GVA workshopIACA again emphasized the close links between corruption and human rights at an expert workshop in Geneva earlier this week.

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DSC 0919 minA delegation of anti-corruption officials from China was on campus last week for discussions on how to further strengthen cooperation with IACA, including through tailor-made trainings delivered by the Academy for Chinese professionals.

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DSC 0857 editOfficials 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.

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IMG 7678 for practical impactThere is still time for anti-corruption and compliance professionals around the world to apply for a place on one of IACA’s many upcoming programmes. All of the trainings listed below have a few spaces left, so submit your application today!

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2 editSenior Indian officials working in the vigilance sector completed a two-week tailor-made training at IACA last Friday. This was the fifth such programme delivered by the Academy as part of a series of trainings held in cooperation with the Indian Central Vigilance Commission (CVC).

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DSC 0592On 25 May, H.E. Ms. Annabella Maria Guardia Escoffery de Rubinoff, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Republic of Panama to the International Organizations in Vienna, presented her credentials to Martin Kreutner, Dean and Executive Secretary of IACA.

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Mr. Martin Kreutner and Mr. Alik ShpekbayevIACA further strengthened its ties with Kazakhstan on Friday by signing a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the country’s Agency for Civil Service Affairs and Anti-Corruption that paves the way for deeper cooperation in education, training, and the exchange of experts.

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DSC 0056At last week’s United Nations (UN) Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ), IACA reaffirmed its commitment “to cooperate further with other international organizations and institutions working on the nexus between corruption and cybercrime”, and noted that corruption and technology is already an increasingly prominent theme in its academic degree programmes, practice-oriented trainings, and other activities. IACA’s statement is available below.

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AUT academic coorp photoThis month IACA has continued to strengthen its cooperation with some of Austria’s leading academic institutions in the areas of anti-corruption and compliance.

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iStock 847272236 2 cropHow will blockchain, cryptocurrencies, artificial intelligence, and big data shape business models and regulatory compliance frameworks? A new IACA seminar on 21 - 22 September about How Emerging Technologies Will Drive Changes in Compliance Systems will offer fresh practical insights for professionals on these big questions.

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