Senior officials from the Anti-Corruption Commission of Bhutan visited IACA on Monday to discuss possible training programmes and technical assistance for Bhutanese anti-corruption and compliance professionals.
The delegation, which was led by Ms. Aum Kinley Yangzom, Chairperson of the Commission, was also briefed on current and upcoming activities at IACA. These include, among others, the new International Master in Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action and the fifth edition of the Master in Anti-Corruption Studies, both of which start later in 2017.
Mr. Martin Kreutner, IACA’s Dean and Executive Secretary, said the organization looks forward to seeing more students and participants from Bhutan in future programmes and trainings.
Bhutanese anti-corruption and compliance professionals are already part of IACA’s worldwide alumni network, which now includes more than 1,100 former students and participants from 152 countries and jurisdictions.