IACA is now welcoming applications for its Regional Summer Academy - Middle East, which will take place in Kuwait City from 9 to 14 December this year. For more information and to apply, please click here.
The interdisciplinary six-day programme is specially designed for professionals seeking to sharpen their anti-corruption and compliance work in this part of the world. It is co-organized by the Kuwait Anti-Corruption Authority (Nazaha).
Participants will have the opportunity to learn with leading regional and international professors and practitioners, share experiences and network with peers from across the region, develop durable anti-corruption and compliance strategies, and apply this knowledge to their daily work. They will also join IACA's alumni network of professionals in about 150 countries.
Applicants must be citizens or residents of one of the following: Bahrain, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Yemen; and the State of Palestine.
IACA is offering discounts on the tuition fee under its new fee discount scheme for participants from IACA’s Parties and for registered Alumni. Further details are available in the "Fees and Logistics" section here.
The IACA Regional Summer Academy - Middle East will be conducted in English and simultaneous interpretation into Arabic will be provided. English-language reading materials will not be translated.
Further programme details will be announced soon. The application deadline is 31 October.
The IACA Regional Summer Academy - Middle East is the third in the series of regional programmes based on IACA’s successful annual Summer Academy, following earlier editions in Latin America in 2015 and Eastern Africa in 2016.