Tailor-made Training for Indian Vigilance Officers

IACA’s latest tailor-made training is a two-week programme for a first group of 15 senior vigilance officers from India. Around a third of the participants are from the Central Vigilance Commission of the Republic of India, and the other participants come from Indian public-sector companies, mainly in extractive industries.

The training covers topics such as organizational integrity, corruption prevention, international legal instruments against corruption, public procurement, good governance, and fraud prevention. It includes a number of case studies and region-specific lectures, as well as study visits to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and Vienna City Hall (Magistrat Wien).

Several regular IACA lecturers are present, including G. Aiolfi (Basel Institute on Governance), M. Johnston (Colgate University), M. Khan (SOAS, University of London), G. Krakow (Baker & McKenzie), J. Maesschalck (Leuven Institute of Criminology), C. Nicholas (UNCITRAL), and J. Schnitzer (Schnitzer Law). IACA’s A. Bharti, Y. Choi, O. Godwin, E. Helmer, and J. Yang have also delivered sessions.

Tailor-made trainings are IACA’s customized programmes for specific organizations, corporations, or institutions, addressing the unique challenges that each one faces in preventing and fighting corruption. The Academy will deliver many such trainings during 2016, including one in May for participants from Eurasian Economic Union Member States.

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