Only three days are left before applications for the International Anti-Corruption Summer Academy (IACSA) close. We are proud to announce a number of prominent names set to lecture during the programme.
Colgate University’s Michael Johnston, Claremont Graduate University’s Robert Klitgaard, the Humboldt-Viadrina School of Governance’s Sven Biermann, Hong Kong City University’s Ting Gong, and IACA’s own Alan Doig will be among the professors. Practitioners will include GOPAC’s Chair of Management Committee Nasser Al Sane, Siemens AG Chief Counsel Compliance Klaus Moosmayer, the public procurement expert Johannes Schnitzer, the Supreme Court of Kenya’s Smokin Wanjala, as well as the expert in good governance and integrity in sport Michael Pedersen. Other renowned names will be added to the programme soon.
The fourth annual IACSA will take place from 3 to 12 July. Since 2011, more than 200 senior investigators, compliance officers, business representatives, civil servants, NGO personnel, journalists, media representatives, and researches from around the world have taken part in the programme. The Summer Academy combines lectures, workshops, roundtables, social events, and teambuilding activities.
“IACSA is a great programme and it’s good fun. It’s important to have fun when doing things. Seventy people from around the world come together. It opens your mind and your horizon. You get new perceptions and it brings you down to earth. It promotes a community spirit and you learn that you cannot fight corruption alone” – Juliano Franco, Legal Officer at the European Ombudsman, former IACSA participant.
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