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DSC 0728Government 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.

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E SDG logo No UN Emblem square cmykIACA this week further underlined its commitment to help achieve the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by joining the UN-backed Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) initiative.

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DSC 0365 editOn 26 June, H.E. Mr. Jabir Habeb Jabir Hemaidawi, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Republic of Iraq to the International Organizations in Vienna, presented his credentials to Martin Kreutner, Dean and Executive Secretary of IACA.

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iStock compliance benchmark studyIACA is seeking companies to participate in a new corporate compliance benchmarking study. The research project aims to create the first database on corporate compliance set up by an academic or non-profit organization.

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DSC 0572 cropYesterday saw the conclusion of a tailor-made training developed and delivered by IACA for representatives of KHNP (Korea Hydro Nuclear Power Company), KOMIPO (Korea Midland Power), KORAIL (Korea Railroad Corporation), KNFC (KEPCO Nuclear Fuel Company), and KRNA (Korea Rail Network Authority).

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IMG 1806The President of Austria, H.E. Dr. Alexander Van der Bellen, paid his first official visit to IACA on Thursday and expressed his country’s strong support for the organization.

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IMG 8396Mr. Otabek Muradov, Prosecutor General of the Republic of Uzbekistan, visited IACA last week to discuss ways of intensifying cooperation with the organization, including through participation by Uzbek professionals in IACA’s academic degree programmes and open trainings.

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Montenegro flagIACA this week delivered a tailor-made training on conflict of interest for officials from the Agency for Prevention of Corruption of Montenegro. The programme was co-organized and hosted by the US Embassy to Montenegro INL (Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs) Criminal Justice Programme of the Department of State.

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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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