This section keeps readers informed about past and upcoming anti-corruption related events.

Upcoming Events

Jan 31, 2013 | Sydney, Australia

Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference 2013

The fourth Australian Public Sector Anti-Corruption Conference (APSACC) will be held in Sydney, Australia, in 2013. The biennial event is held to heighten the knowledge and skill levels of public sector leaders and managers for them to effectively counter corrupt conduct within their organisations. The event is jointly planned and hosted by the NSW Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC), the Queensland Crime and Misconduct Commission and the Western Australian Corruption and Crime Commission (CCC). The event will be attended by delegates from across Australia and internationally from several countries. [field_event_link]

Jan 30, 2013 to Feb 01, 2013 | London, UK

Anti-Corruption and Compliance for the Oil, Gas and Extractive Industries

Half-Day Interactive Pre-Conference Workshop on: Investigating Internal Fraud, Corruption and Other Breaches of Business Integrity. [field_event_link]

May 07, 2013 |

The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation awards for investigative reporting

On May 7, 2013, The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation will be honoring the best government –related investigative reporting in the Midwest. The Awards recognize the importance of investigative journalism in advancing the principles of democracy. [field_event_link]

May 15, 2013 | IACA, Muenchendorfer Str. 2, 2361 Laxenburg, Austria

Measuring Corruption - How Close Have We Come to Reality?

The International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) is promoting an anti-corruption panel discussion. "Measuring Corruption - How Close Have We Come to Reality?". This panel discussion will feature a comprehensive approach to measuring and assessing corruption. Experts with backgrounds ranging from economics, civil society, and private sector compliance will contribute their unique perspective fields. Participants will benefit from the experts´ nuanced insight as to how one quantifies corruption vulnerability, risk, and typology through both subjective and objective forms of measurement. [field_event_link]

May 28, 2013 to May 29, 2013 | the Diaz Boutique Hotel in Randburg, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Extraterritorial Anti-corruption Legislation Workshop

This will be an intensive training workshop that will be conducted by highly experienced facilitators on international laws and anti-corruption compliance in order to conduct corporate activity and ethical business and commercial transactions, fund development, contract management including cross-border sales and tax advice when dealing with foreign investors worldwide. The Extraterritorial Anti-Corruption legislation workshop will cover topics on how the extraterritorial reach of the UK Bribery Act and US Foreign Corrupt Practice Act will impact all businesses in Africa: Putting “Adequate Procedures” and a “failure to prevent bribery…” into Regional Context. [field_event_link]

May 30, 2013 | National Endowment for Democracy

sing Technology to Promote Good Governance and Economic

In recent years, a majority of the 15 ECOWAS member countries have enjoyed expanded political freedoms and have passed a variety of reform measures to combat corruption. Despite this progress, the region still confronts instability, limited transparency, and weak democratic governance. In response to these ongoing challenges, countries across West Africa have begun to harness the power of information communication technologies (ICT), primarily as a tool to monitor elections. In his presentation, Kwami Ahiabenu provided an overview of how new digital technologies are being used to promote democratic governance and economic transparency in ECOWAS member states. He assessed relevant projects, identified gaps in project deployment, and offered recommendations for the effective use of technology to strengthen democratic governance in West Africa. [field_event_link]

Jun 24, 2013 to Jun 28, 2013 |

Summer course on "UN Convention against Corruption Peer Review & Reform" 24-28 June, 2013

The American University Washington College of Law (WCL) in Washington, D.C., is organizing a summer course on "UN Convention against Corruption Peer Review & Reform". The aim of the Course is two-fold: to teach about the main features of UNCAC and to make participants ready for their and their interlocutors' possible involvement in the UNCAC peer-review process. The leading lecturer will be Professor Drago Kos. [field_event_link]

Jul 10, 2013 to Jul 11, 2013 | IACA Campus, Laxenburg, Austria

Anti-corruption seminar “The Best of: Robert Klitgaard”

This seminar is the third in a series. It is designed for anti-corruption experts, business and government executives, leaders of civil society organizations and academics who are interested in improving the design management, and sustainability of anti-corruption efforts. In these exciting two days, participants will be given guidance on how companies, countries, cities, and other entities can launch and sustain preventive and curative measures against corruption. [field_event_link]

Aug 26, 2013 to Aug 30, 2013 | European Academy for Taxes, Economics & Law, Berlin, Germeny

Summer Academy: Fraud and Corruption in the Public Sector

The Summer Academy “Fraud and Corruption in the Public Sector” will provide you with an intensive training on issues and tools needed to keep public institutions free from fraud and corruption. Different types of malpractice and the environments that make them possible will be explained by experienced antifraud practitioners. Throughout the Summer Academy participants will learn about the entire cycle from effective risk management, preventative measures, detection methods to concrete actions to be taken in a confirmed case of fraud or corruption. [field_event_link]

Sep 09, 2013 to Oct 04, 2013 | Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) campus in Laxenburg (Vienna), Austria

Procurement Anti-Corruption Training (PACT)

International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) is currently promoting the Procurement Anti-Corruption Training (PACT), which is specifically tailored to provide established public procurement and anti-corruption practitioners with sound anti-corruption strategies and technical exposure to the vulnerabilities in the public procurement process. This one-month programme includes a two-week, home-based pre-training phase followed by a one-week on-site training at the Academy´s campus in Laxenburg (Vienna), Austria, concluding with a one-week follow-up phase in the home country. The training will begin on 9 September 2013 and conclude on 4 October 2013. [field_event_link]



  • Sep 06, 2012 to Sep 07, 2012 | Clifford Chance, Canary Wharf, London

    The Fight against Corruption: Achievements, Challenges and Future Prospects

    The Sussex Centre for the Study of Corruption (SCSC), Transparency International UK and Clifford Chance are pleased to announce that they will be hosting a conference entitled The Fight Against Corruption this September. Conference participants will analyse what causes corruption, what efforts have been made to counteract it, and, most importantly, where does the study and practice of anti-corruption go from here. Speakers will come not just from a number of academic disciplines (political science, economics, anthropology), but also from the business community, policy practitioners, and government. [field_event_link]
  • Aug 23, 2012 | Supreme Court Auditorium, Singapore Academy of Law

    Bribery Trends and Challenges: Singapore and Global Anti-corruption Laws

    This seminar will explore and explain the forces at work which shape the anti-corruption legislation globally and in Singapore. The enforcement approaches range from the prosecution of individuals to a clear policy shift in some jurisdictions such as UK and USA which seek to impose corporate criminal liability by placing the burden on corporations to take adequate steps to prevent bribery and corruption by employees and associated third parties. Another international trend is the increasing global coordination between law enforcement agencies in different jurisdictions in the fight against cross-border corruption, and where anti-corruption legislation worldwide is becoming extra-territorial in nature. Singapore, with its reputation as being one of the least corrupt jurisdictions in the world, has successfully maintained its strict legal framework and robust stance towards corruption for many years. What lessons can be learnt from the experience of these jurisdictions? [field_event_link]
  • Aug 21, 2012 | Stockholm, Sweden

    Rules of the Game – How can We Fight Corruption in Eastern Europe?

    Prof. Ph.D. Alina Mungiu-Pippidi (Hertie School of Governance GmbH) presents her findings on corruption in Eastern Europe. Can corruption be reduced? What can we learn from the new EU member states? How do we avoid the pitfalls? The seminar will take place on Tuesday August 21, 2012, 08.30 – 12.00. Venue: ’Hörsalen’, Sida, Valhallavägen 199, Stockholm. RSVP: By August 13, to, Phone: 08-736 96 72 [field_event_link]
  • Aug 09, 2012 | IACA campus in Laxenburg, Austria

    IACA Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS)

    IACA is the only institution of higher education in the world which offers an executive Master's programme in anti-corruption studies. In the course of the side-event, IACA will introduce its interdisciplinary Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS), which will start in 2012. The IACA calls for an informal information event on IACA’s new academic flagship programme, the Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS), on Thursday, 9 August 2012, 14:00, at the IACA campus in Laxenburg, Austria. The MACS will be the first part-time, fully-fledged Master programme in anti-corruption studies worldwide and will follow an international, interdisciplinary, inter-sectoral, integrative, and sustainable approach. The academic consortium of the MACS is being composed of Prof. Susan Rose-Ackerman, Prof. Mark Pieth, and Prof. Nikos Passas along with IACA's International Academic Advisoy Board and many other internationally renowned academics, lecturers, and practitioners from all regions of the globe. The MACS will bring together practitioners from all corners of the world, with a minimum of three years of working experience in, among others, the private or public sector, academia, international, non-governmental or civil society organizations/representatives. The information event will provide further information on the MACS’ latest developments. [field_event_link]
  • Jul 30, 2012 to Aug 03, 2012 | Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla, Colombia

    Clase Economia de la Corrupción 30/07-03/08

    Esta en linea el curso "Economía de la Corrupción" que tendrá lugar en la Universidad del Norte, en Barranquilla, Colombia del 30 de julio hasta el 3 de agosto (40 horas). [field_event_link]
  • Jul 02, 2012 to Jul 14, 2012 | Laxenburg, Austria

    The International Anti-Corruption Academy

    The International Anti-Corruption Academy in Laxenburg, Austria, is inviting new applications for its 2012 summer school. Interested candidates can apply Online at the Official Website between 02.01.2012 to 03.15.2012, 24:00 (CET). [field_event_link]
  • Jun 07, 2012 to Jun 08, 2012 | IACA , Laxenburg, Austria

    The International Anti-Corruption Academy: “The Best of Susan Rose-Ackerman"

    Covering the issue since the 1970s, one of world´s top authorities in the anti-corruption arena, US Yale Law and Economics Professor, Susan Rose-Ackerman, will discuss the evolution of her thinking on the roles of international actors and nation states at all levels of economic and political development in both promoting and countering corruption. Long heralded as a foremost expert on the economic and jurisprudential aspects of corruption, Professor Rose-Ackerman will discuss some of the key issues that must be addressed by anti-corruption programmes: from the design of public institutions, to the role of economic and moral incentives, to the uses of sanctions versus rewards to control malfeasance. [field_event_link]
  • Apr 18, 2012 to Apr 19, 2012 | Claridges Hotel, New Delhi

    National Consultation on Transparency and Anti-Corruption Measures in Procurement in India

    UNODC and the Global Compact Network India are organising a 'National Consultation on Transparency and Anti-Corruption Measures in Procurement in India'. The consultation aims to bring up major issues of concern, challenges and recommendations to enhance transparency and anti-corruption measures in procurement in India, in line with the UNCAC and in light of the pending Public Procurement Bill 2012. The consultation invites participation from the Government, public and private sector organizations and civil society. [field_event_link]
  • Apr 16, 2012 to Apr 17, 2012 | Laxenburg, Austria

    UK Bribery Act – The Inside Story

    The International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) in Laxenburg, Austria, is organizing a two-day seminar called “UK Bribery Act – The Inside Story “.The seminar will take place at the Academy in Laxenburg, Austria on 16 – 17 April 2012 and addresses companies, partnerships and individuals based in the UK as well as foreign companies and individuals having conducted business with the UK. The seminar will be conducted by Richard Alderman, Director of the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and Roderick Macauley, UK Ministry of Justice; both of whom were involved in drafting and implementing the UK Bribery Act 2010. [field_event_link]
  • Feb 21, 2012 to Mar 31, 2012 | Turin, Italy

    The Sustainable Development and Governance programme

    The Sustainable Development and Governance programme (SDG) of ITCILO, and Turin School of Development (TSD) in partnership with the University of Turin is pleased to present to you the calendar of training activities for the first half of the year 2012. The SDG and TSD programmes are part of the International Training Centre of the ILO, based in Turin Italy, a specialized agency of the United Nations System with the mandate to promote Decent Work and Sustainable Development. [field_event_link]