The Legal Incentives for Corporate Integrity Training is a three-day programme designed to strengthen corporate integrity and cooperation through legal incentives and sanctions. Besides traditional enforcement practices, it focuses on contributing to the creation of a system of legal incentives to support private actors’ integrity efforts, and in particular that of self-reporting.
|Target Group||Anti-corruption experts, business and government executives, leaders of civil society organizations, and academics with a minimum of 3 years of relevant work experience.|
|Duration||3 days (exact dates to be announced)|
To be announced
|Certificate Awarded||Certificate of Attendance|
|Programme Fee||To be announced|
|Scholarships||Tuition waivers are offered to participants from Least Developed Countries on a competitive basis|
|Accommodation||Participants are responsible for their own accommodation. A limited amount of rooms will be pre-booked at hotels in various categories in Vienna as well as areas in close proximity to the Academy.|
Dates for the second Legal Incentives for Corporate Integrity Training will be announced.
- UNCAC provisions relating to the private sector
- Other relevant provisions concerning private actors
- Engagement of the private sector
- Corporate integrity
- Leadership responsibility
- Institutionalization of integrity through anti-corruption programmes
- Transparency and public participation
- Additional measures
- Minimum of three years of relevant work experience, or alternatively, a level of junior engagement demonstrating the applicant’s potential
- Proficiency in written and spoken English
Participants will be selected based on their education and professional experience. IACA is committed to promoting diversity and strives to attract participants from various regional backgrounds.
FEES AND LOGISTICS
To be announced
A limited number of participants from Least Developed Countries may be eligible for a tuition fee waiver.
Accommodation and Travel Costs
Participants are responsible for their own travel and accommodation arrangements and any associated costs. For the convenience of the participants, a limited amount of rooms will be pre-booked at hotels in various categories in Vienna as well as areas in close proximity to the Academy. For those interested in this offer, it is recommended to contact the hotel as early as possible to ensure a reservation. Participants that prefer other areas of accommodation are welcome to make arrangements according to their own preferences.
Participants requiring a visa for Austria are responsible for their own visa arrangements and any associated costs.
The first Legal Incentives for Corporate Integrity Training took place from 24 to 26 March 2014. Seven experts formed the faculty: Gemma Aiolfi from the Basel Institute on Governance, Leah Ambler from UNODC, Michael Fine from NXG Global Law & Compliance, Roderick Macauley from the UK government, Klaus Moosmayer from Siemens, François Vincke from the International Chamber of Commerce, and Sebastian Wegner from the Humboldt-Viadrina School of Governance. The training was co-sponsored by the Siemens Integrity Initiative.