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DSC 0659IACA’s latest tailor-made training is a two-week programme for a group of 25 senior vigilance officers from India, the fourth such programme that the Academy has delivered following two editions in 2016 and one in spring of 2017. The group comprises public sector officials from the Indian Central Vigilance Commission (CVC), including Chief Vigilance Officers and Vigilance Officers from public sector companies and the Ministry of Railways.

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DSC 0971On 21 November H.E. Ms. Khojesta Fana Ebrahimkhel, Ambassador, Permanent Representative of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan to the International Organizations (Vienna), presented her credentials to Mr. Martin Kreutner, Dean and Executive Secretary of IACA.

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RSA Middle East imageThere are still places left on IACA’S Regional Summer Academy – Middle East which will take place in Kuwait City in early December, and which is co-organised by the Kuwait Anti-Corruption Authority (Nazaha).

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DSC 0685 editIACA welcomed a group of university and graduate school students from Slovakia to its campus last week for a tailor-made anti-corruption training programme.

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group no namesThe fifth class of the Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) has been at IACA’s campus for the last two weeks for its first module in the two-year programme, the in-class part of which ran from 6 to 17 November. IACA is pleased to welcome our new students with professional backgrounds as diverse as their countries of origin.

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DSC 0712A senior Chinese delegation visited IACA’s campus on Friday to discuss further cooperation in the areas of anti-corruption and compliance, including possible additional joint training activities for professionals from China and other Asian countries.

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MJ conferenceThe anti-corruption community is in danger of becoming an echo chamber with too much consensus and not enough debate, Michael Johnston, Distinguished Professor at IACA, said at an event co-organized by IACA and the US Embassy in Austria on Monday.

In a wide-ranging lecture in Vienna on anti-corruption since the end of the Cold War, Prof. Johnston noted that despite changing attitudes towards corruption and greatly increased efforts to combat it, the last three decades have seen “high hopes, indifferent results”.

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IMG 7358IACA and the Supreme Court of Justice of the Republic of Honduras signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on Friday that paves the way for closer mutual cooperation in fighting and preventing corruption.

The MoU sets the framework for future collaboration between the two institutions across a range of joint projects, meetings, exchanges of information, and other activities in the areas of anti-corruption and compliance.

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Michael Johnston faculty webMichael Johnston, Distinguished Professor at IACA and Charles A. Dana Professor of Political Science, Emeritus, at Colgate University, will speak in Vienna on Monday 13 November on the anti-corruption agenda after thirty years in a lecture co-organised by IACA and the US Embassy in Austria.

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side event cyberspaceIACA's two well-attended side events at the Seventh Session of the Conference of the States Parties (COSP) to the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) brought together expert global speakers, who provided key insights on anti-corruption compliance and collective action and cybercrime to Conference delegates.

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