The International Anticorruption Academy will offer a course this July 10 – 14 on combating corruption in local government. Its purpose is to provide participants an in-depth understanding how corruption arises in local governments and what can be done to fight it. The course is designed for local elected leaders, regional government administrators, anticorruption agencies’ professionals, experts from ombudsman offices and local anti-corruption organizations as well as governance specialists from development organizations
Former La Paz, Bolivia, Mayor Ronald MacLean-Abaroa will present his widely-praised work on cleaning up the city administration of La Paz. Ana Vasilache, founding President of Partners Foundation for Local Development, a Romanian NGO, will discuss the role of civil society in dealing with corruption in local government. This writer will offer a series a modules on “Developing and Implementing an Anticorruption Strategy at the Local Level” drawing from the UNODC’s Anti-Corruption Strategies: A Practical Guide for Development and Implementation and case studies of successful anticorruption initiatives at the local level.
The Academy is located Laxenburg, Austria, a small town 12 miles south of Vienna. Details on the course and registration information is available here
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a very good attempt to control corruption, which covered almost whole civilization.