Our friends at the International Anti-Corruption Academy have announced a new program call Legal Incentives for Corporate Integrity. The three-day training session happens from May 4 – 6, 2015 at the IACA campus near Vienna, Austria.
The training is designed for anti-corruption experts, business and government executives, leaders of civil society organizations, and academics. It’s taught by leading international experts from both the public and private sectors.
The aim is to provide tools and strategies to help strengthen corporate integrity and cooperation through legal incentives and sanctions. Besides traditional enforcement practices, the training will focus on creating a system of legal incentives to support private actors’ integrity efforts, and in particular self-reporting.
The cost is €1,200. Tuition waivers are offered to participants from Least Developed Countries on a competitive basis. Attendees will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Applications are open until March 22, 2015.
The IACA was established in 2011 by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF), the Republic of Austria, and other stakeholders. It now has a constituency of over 70 UN member states and international organizations, and it cooperates with a number of international bodies and academic institutions.
For more information and to make an application, visit the IACA here.
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