Over thirty practitioners are currently gathering in Laxenburg to participate in the first ever “Master in Anti-Corruption Studies” programme offered by IACA. In the course of the first on-site module, a panel discussion under the theme “Illegal vs. Illegitimate – Criminal Law at its Limits” will take place at the Academy on 22 February.
From 7:30pm onwards, renowned academics, representatives of NGOs and the United Nations are going to debate this issue while Martin Kreutner, Dean of IACA, will serve as moderator. The panelists are Nikos Passas, Professor of criminal justice at Northeastern University (USA), Mark Pieth, Professor for Criminology at the University of Basel (Switzerland) and Chair of the OECD Working Group on Bribery in International Business Transactions, Edward Spence, Senior Lecturer for Moral Philosophy and Professional Ethnics at Sturt University (Australia) and Dimitri Vlassis, Chief of UNODC’s Corruption and Economic Crime Branch. The media is cordially invited to attend the event.
For further information, please contact: International Anti-Corruption Academy
Phone: +43 2236 710 718 101
Münchendorfer Str. 2
2361 Laxenburg / Austria