IACA’s Anti-Corruption Tailor-Made Training for representatives of Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) Member States is a programme for anti-corruption and compliance practitioners. It is custom-designed to build a common knowledge base and strengthen regional capacities to combat corruption.
This IACA tailor-made training is co-sponsored by the Russian Federation.
To read the proceedings of the trainings in 2016 and 2017, please download the following reports:
|Target Group||Anti-corruption and compliance practitioners from EAEU Member States with relevant work experience|
|Language of Instruction||
English and Russian
|Certificate Awarded||Certificate of Attendance|
|Tuition Fee||The tuition fee is covered by the organizers|
Combining theory and practice, the training aims to strengthen practitioners’ capacities to better understand international and regional best practices, develop effective ethics and integrity mechanisms, and mitigate cross-sectoral risks.
Participants get the opportunity to learn from and interact with renowned academics and professionals from various disciplines and with diverse backgrounds. The programme allows participants to enrich their knowledge through guidelines, best practice examples, and interactive exercises. Topics include, among others, international anti-corruption legal measures, the region’s experience in combating corruption, conflict of interest management, public procurement, and public-private partnerships.
- Citizen of a Member State of the Eurasian Economic Union*
- Minimum of three years of relevant work experience in a Member State of the EAEU
- Proficiency in written and spoken Russian
- Applications and documents must be submitted in English
Participants are admitted on a competitive basis, taking into account their professional and academic experience.
* Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russian Federation
FEES & LOGISTICS
Tuition FeeThe tuition fee is covered by the organizers.
InsuranceParticipants are responsible for their own medical insurance and any associated costs.
VisaParticipants requiring a visa for Austria are responsible for their own visa arrangements and any associated costs.
The third tailor-made training for EAEU practitioners took place at IACA in September 2018. For the full news story, please click here.
The second training took place at IACA in October 2017. For the full news story, please click here.
The first training took place at IACA in May 2016. For the full news story, please click here.