DSC 0857 editOfficials from the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission (ACRC) of the Republic of Korea, as well as from some of the country’s government ministries and other public enterprises, completed a tailor-made training at IACA’s Laxenburg campus earlier this week.

Topics for this special training included comparative studies on anti-corruption policies, fraud prevention tools and concepts, public procurement vulnerabilities and best practices, corruption risk analysis, and organizational integrity. In addition to attending these sessions, delivered by IACA’s in-house experts and members of its frequent visiting faculty, participants visited the Austrian Court of Audit (Rechnungshof Österreich) and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

Webstory ACRC 2IACA signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the ACRC in 2012 and has delivered several tailor-made trainings for the Commission since then. Ms. Young Ran Kim, former Chairperson of the ACRC, served in her individual capacity as a member of IACA’s Board of Governors from 2012 to 2015.

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.