While it is increasingly accepted that organizations should provide anti-corruption training to their personnel, it is rare for universities to offer equivalent training to their students. But the Global Infrastructure Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) has designed and written a university anti-corruption course to help their students know what corruption is and how to avoid it. … Continue Reading
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We founded the Global Infrastructure Anti-Corruption Centre (GIACC) in May 2008 as an independent organization which would develop, publish and promote anti-corruption measures for the infrastructure sector.
The significant changes in the legal, ethical and prosecution environment over the last 20 years in many countries mean that the concern for the owners and managers of most organizations is no longer whether they should seek to eliminate corruption in their organizations, projects or business dealings, but how to do so.… Continue Reading