On 28 February, IACA received a Libyan delegation, including the new Under-Secretary of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation, Mr. Mohamed Emhemed Abdul-Aziz, and the Permanent Representative to the International Organizations in Vienna, Mr. Ahmed M.A. Menesi, for an informal meeting.
We invite you to join us for a one-of-a-kind seminar on the UK Bribery Act 2010. You will have the rare opportunity to hear directly from Richard Alderman, Director of the Senior Fraud Office in the UK, and Roderick Macauley, Criminal Law Advisor at the UK Ministry of Justice, both of whom were responsible for drafting and implementing the act itself.
On 21 February, IACA received the new Moroccan Minister of the Public Service and Modernization of Administration, Abdelâdim El Guerrouj, accompanied by the Ministry’s Director, Ahmed Laamoumri, and Morocco’s Alternate Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Vienna, Abderrahman Fyad.
On 14 February, the Azerbaijani Ministry of Taxes and IACA entered into a Memorandum of Understanding, establishing a general framework of cooperation in the field of anti-corruption. The memorandum calls for joint efforts in anti-corruption education, technical assistance and the promotion of institution building measures.
On 23 January, an IACA delegation led by Martin Kreutner, International Transition Team Chair and Executive Secretary to the Provisional Commission, met with Waldemar Pawlak, Polish Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Economy. Deputy Prime Minister Pawlak commended the Academy’s work and disclosed that Poland is eager to strengthen ties with IACA.
The 9th of December marks the International Anti-Corruption Day, annually observed since 2003. Despite growing intolerance, corruption continues to plague our world, our societies, and ultimately all of us.