Integrity and Anti-Corruption Advocacy
Combining theory and practice, this collective action-oriented, interdisciplinary course is crafted to bring together governmental, business and non-governmental anti-corruption crusaders, law enforcement and compliance professionals to evaluate progress and explore new ways of collectively confronting the challenge of corruption on the African continent across all sectors - public, business and NGOs.
You will understand the drivers of corruption and its social, economic and security costs and strengthen your analytical skills and learn about the instruments necessary for developing integrity and anti-corruption policies and programmes in line with recent international initiatives, global legislation and agreements. You will interact with current and emerging practices in methods and tools for researching, monitoring, measuring and reporting corruption, opportunities for reform and policy measures around the world. You will reflect on what Africa could learn from the least corrupt nations in institutional design practices performance for the control of corruption.
What you will learn – the key topics
- Concepts, Themes, Issues in Corruption and Anti-Corruption
- The Journey so far: Trends, Practices and Challenges in Anti-Corruption
- Microeconomic and Macroeconomic Theories and Models of Corruption
- Political and Legal theories and models of corruption and anti-corruption
- Corruption in the Human Rights, Justice, Rule of Law and Order Sectors
- Corruption in the Civil Service and Development Aid Institutions
- Corruption in the Private Sector, NGOs and the Media Institutions
- Political, Security and Economic Consequences and effects of Corruption
- Domestic and International Anti-Corruption Laws and Instruments
- Methods, tools and practices in Monitoring, Measuring Corruption
- Collective Action and the Future of Anti-Corruption - Preventive Measures
Whether you work in a development organization, donor agency, government department or regional and international organizations such as the African Union, EAC, COMESA, SADC, those working in the political arena, institutions of higher learning and research, and media and NGO sector professionals will find this course useful and impactful.
|Tuition Fee||$ 350|
|Full board in a single room(meals & Accommodation)||$471 per week|
|Full board in a shared room(meals & Accommodation)||US$339 per week|
|Hostel Quad plus Meal per week||US$118 per week|