Panamanian Ambassador Presents Credentials

On 15 January, the new Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Panama to the International Organizations in Vienna, H.E. Gloria del Carmen Young Chizmar, presented her credentials to Martin Kreutner, Dean and Executive Secretary of IACA.

Panama is a Party to the IACA Agreement since December 2012.

Applications for the Summer Academy Open Tomorrow

Applications for the fifth annual Summer Academy will open on our website this Thursday, 15 January and close on Sunday, 15 March. The programme will take place from 2 to 11 July this year.

The curriculum is drawn from across the latest trends and practices on the anti-corruption agenda, with courses being offered in subjects as diverse as economics, enforcement, compliance, political science, and psychology. They are taught by world-renowned professors and practitioners.

Every year, the Summer Academy brings together some 70 participants from around the world, looking to consolidate their experience and enlarge their competences to better counter corruption.

Courtesy of the Siemens Integrity Initiative, tuition fees are subsidized and full scholarships offered to participants from Least Developed Countries on a competitive basis.

For information on the Summer Academy, click here.

IACA with 61 Parties

Mali is the first state to ratify the Agreement for the Establishment of IACA as an International Organization this year, bringing the number of IACA Parties to 61.

The country has been a Signatory since 2 September 2010, the date of IACA’s Inaugural Conference.

The Agreement remains open for ratification for Signatories and for accession by UN Member States and international organizations.

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