Besides traditional enforcement practices, the training will focus on contributing to the creation of a system of legal incentives to support private actors’ integrity efforts, and in particular that of self-reporting. It provides technical assistance for the implementation of the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) and facilitates private actors’ compliance with the 10th principle of the UN Global Compact.
Anti-corruption experts, business executives, governmental representatives, civil society actors, and academics with a minimum of three years of relevant work experience are encouraged to apply. Tuition fee waivers are offered to participants from Least Developed Countries on a competitive basis.
For more information about the training and to apply, please click here.
You can read about Sandra Orihuela’s experiences at last year’s Legal Incentives for Corporate Integrity Training here.