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The International Anti-Corruption Academy, Part IV

In addition to the IACA’s two-year masters program and its 10-day Summer Academy, IACA offers a series of more specific programs tailored to specialized audiences.

The Legal Incentives for Corporate Integrity Training is a three-day program designed to strengthen corporate integrity and cooperation, focusing on self-reporting and other corporate incentives. In 2014, the Legal Incentives for Corporate Integrity Taining will occur March 24-26.

The Procurement Anti-Corruption Training is a one-month program combining on-site training at IACA and distance learning from home, training professionals in public procurement (dates to be announced).

The Power of the Pen is a series of roundtables on ethical journalism. Past roundtables have focused on specific regions such as the Middle-East or Sub-Saharan Africa. The Power of the Pen round table will take place at the end of May 2014.

The UK Bribery Act seminar is a two-day in-depth study of the Bribery Act for executives, compliance officers, and others impacted by the Act (dates to be announced). Previous lecturers have included Richard Alderman, former Director of the SFO, and Roderick Macauley of the UK Ministry of Justice.

Finally, the IACA can also put together tailor-made trainings for your organization.

The global anti-corruption movement is making history. And there is so much history yet to be made. The IACA is right in the middle of it. Get involved.


Andy Spalding is a senior editor of the FCPA Blog. He is an Assistant Professor at the University of Richmond School of Law.

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