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Delegation of Saudi ArabiaThe Academy received two courtesy visits yesterday, from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Uganda. Saud bin Ahmed Alhamad, Vice President of the Saudi Investigation Commission, led a twenty-member delegation to meet Martin Kreutner, Dean of IACA, to discuss cooperation modalities.

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DSC 9996On 9 September, H.E. Gonzalo de Salazar Serantes, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Kingdom of Spain to the International Organizations in Vienna, presented his credentials to Martin Kreutner, Dean and Executive Secretary of IACA.

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botswanaWith Botswana’s recent accession to the Agreement for the Establishment of IACA as an International Organization, the number of IACA Parties has grown to a total of 58. Botswana is the sixth state in the African Group to join IACA as a Party.

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Cambridge SymposiumWhich advantages and vulnerabilities does today’s information orientated society present us with in fighting and protecting ourselves from economic crime? How is it a shield, sword or Achilles heel?

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 Participants from the ACRCFrom 28 August to 3 September 2014, 26 officials from the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission (ACRC) of the Republic of Korea participated in a five-day, tailor-made training by IACA. This training served as a follow-up to that of November 2013.

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 Procurement Anti-Corruption Training 2014The second edition of the Procurement Anti-corruption Training started this Monday. The programme aims at reducing corruption in public procurement by training professionals from around the world in sound anti-corruption strategies and models for addressing corruption risk in procurement.

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thumb APECFrom 13 – 15 August 2014, the APEC member economies convened for the 19th Meeting of the Anti-Corruption and Transparency (ACT) Working Group in Beijing, People's Republic of China (PRC).

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Martin Kreutner visiting MalaysiaIACA received a contribution in the amount of 100,000 EUR from the government of Malaysia in July, directed towards its general budget 2014. The generous financial assistance comes at a time to support the growing work of the organization and allow it to strengthen its capacities.

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Stuart GilmanAfter concepts and theories, politics, economics, business, law, and enforcement, the students of the Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) programme are back for their final module – prevention. There are 12 more days to go before the last lecture day for the intake.

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VacanciesIACA is still seeking highly qualified professionals with a strong commitment to the core values of the organization to fill a number of job openings. For details, application procedures, and deadlines, visit the Vacancies section of our website. Offers for secondment positions are also listed there.

 


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