infrastructureIACA’s newest programme, the Anti-Corruption in the Infrastructure Sector Training, started this Monday.

Focusing on sector-specific vulnerabilities to corruption, the training aims to strengthen skills and capacities to prevent and mitigate corruption risks in infrastructure projects.

Over three action-packed days, a dozen professionals are benefitting from the rich curriculum on the types of corruption mechanisms in the infrastructure sector, the costs they represent, and how to best counter them. With participants from around the world of diverse cultural and professional backgrounds, extensive knowledge sharing is ensured.

The Anti-Corruption in the Infrastructure Sector Training is taught by Neill Stansbury, Co-founder and Director of the Global Infrastructure Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) and one of the leading experts in the field. Neill is also a construction lawyer who spent over 30 years in the international infrastructure sector.