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MACS Module IIIThe third module of the Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) started yesterday, as participants returned to the IACA campus for an action-packed ten days on politics and corruption.

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IACSA 2013 IIThe third annual International Anti-Corruption Summer Academy (IACSA) drew to a close last weekend after an action-packed, ten-day programme where science met practice. Seventy participants took part this year, representing over 50 countries, from Canada to Argentina to India.

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KlitgaardClose to 40 international participants took part in a two-day seminar last week featuring Professor Robert Klitgaard from Claremont Graduate University. Professor Klitgaard provided an inside view into the complexity of corruption cases based on his experiences in the anti-corruption field over the last few decades.

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New WebsiteOn 15 July, IACA’s new website went online. It has been adapted to the latest technological standards and offers a more user-friendly and clear structure which makes it easier to navigate within the various subpages.

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Republic of Korea Pledges SupportOn 10 July, a delegation from the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission (ACRC) of the Republic of Korea, headed by Chairman Mr. Sungbo Lee, visited IACA. The aim of the visit was to discuss the further strengthening of cooperation between the two organizations.  

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Visit to IsraelFrom 7 to 8 July, Martin Kreutner, IACA’s Dean, upon invitation by the Ministries of Justice and Foreign Affairs, paid a working visit to Israel in order to explore cooperation possibilities with various institutions and enhance multi-stakeholder involvement.

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LexisNexisTransparency in Public Administration was the topic of last night’s panel discussion, organized by the LexisNexis Compliance Network and IACA. Around 80 representatives from the Compliance Praxis network and the 70 IACSA participants came together to discuss developments,

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IACSA Welcome Event4 July marked the official opening of the International Anti-Corruption Summer Academy (IACSA), as 70 participants from close to 50 countries arrived at the IACA campus to take part in the ten-day programme. Last night participants and lecturers alike gathered in the gardens for an opening event, followed by a panel discussion on transparency in public administration.

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Mexican Ambassador Presents CredentialsOn 2 July, H.E. Luis Alfonso de Alba, the Permanent Representative of Mexico to the International Organizations in Vienna, presented his credentials to Martin Kreutner, the Dean and Executive Secretary of IACA.

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conferenceOn 4 July, an event organized by the LexisNexis Compliance Network and IACA on the issue of “Transparency in Public Administration” will take place at the Academy.

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