IACA students complete Master in Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action in Basel
Some 13 students from all over the world are in Basel this week completing the final sessions of their International Master in Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action, awarded by the International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA).
The final course includes an intensive series of sessions on Collective Action taught by members of the International Centre for Collective Action: Gemma Aiolfi, Mirna Adjami and Scarlet Wannenwetsch, as well as Dr Claudia Baez Camargo, Head of Governance Research at the Basel Institute.
Among other things, the students explored:
- the role of collaboration in preventing and reducing corruption;
- analysis of existing Collective Action initiatives, including reasons for the success of the Maritime Anti-Corruption Network;
- experiences in facilitating Collective Action initiatives;
- developing the High Level Reporting Mechanism in Latin America;
- the Business Ombudsman in Ukraine;
- network analysis;
- stakeholder mapping.
The students will also have the opportunity to discuss anti-corruption issues with compliance officers and investigation practitioners at pharmaceutical companies Novartis and Roche, as well as hearing a presentation by the Chief Compliance Officer of ABB.
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