Vigilance officers from India’s Central Vigilance Commission, Ministry of Railways, and various public sector companies today concluded a two-week tailor-made training at IACA. This is the third such programme that the Academy has delivered for Indian vigilance officers following two previous editions in 2016.
Topics covered included current international efforts to curb corruption, the role of institutional leadership in combating corruption, and recent developments in Indian law and the broader Indian anti-corruption environment. The programme also included study visits to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the Audit Unit of the Vienna city administration.
Sessions were delivered by members of IACA’s frequent visiting faculty and other external experts, including Elisabeth Täubl (Austrian Central Office for Prosecuting Economic Crimes and Corruption), Drago Kos (Chair of the OECD Working Group on Bribery), Johannes Schnitzer (Schnitzer Law), Samira Musayeva (UNCITRAL), James Finniss (United Nations Office of Internal Oversight Services), Jeroen Maesschalck (Leuven Institute of Criminology), Chizu Nakajima (University of Cambridge), and Mark Bocchetti (MLex).
IACA faculty members Martin Kreutner, Abhishek Bharti, Elena Helmer, Eduard Ivanov, Jongsam Yang, and Martin Zapata also lectured.
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. For more information, please click here.