Public Service Integrity Building Innovations
This one week training will strengthen anti-corruption, law enforcement, civil society and investigative journalism practitioners’ capacities to better understand current and emerging trends in political and public sector corruption hot spots and critically examine international and regional best practices. You will gain new perspectives on tools and methods for developing effective ethics and integrity compliance, prevention, detection, reporting and mitigating cross-sectoral corruption risks.
This course will examine current social, financial and legal anti-corruption incentives and mechanisms and practically examine the potential role of behavioural and institutional economics in promoting positive deviance, social and non-legal, non-financial rewards and punishment such as social sanctions and public recognition and mention. You will enrich your knowledge and tools through state of the art guidelines, best practice examples and interactive experience based exercises on enforcing legal measures, conflict of interest management, public procurement ethical dilemmas, the role of public-private partnerships and international cooperation windows.
What you will learn – the key topics
- The many faces of Corruption, its causes, costs and consequences on society
- Political, grand, petty and quiet corruption and potential reform measures
- Corruption and its correlation with democracy and freedom of press
- Gender perspectives on corruption and its effects on access to social services
- Common red flags in infrastructure sector and potential preventive measures
- Corruption hotspots in procurement, detection and preventive measures
- Dealing with Corruption in decentralisation and provincial governments
- Common corruption red flags in immigration and passport control
- Integrity and corruption hotspots in tax administration and revenue collection
Whether you work in a fundraising or partnership role in a development organization, donor agency, government department or regional and international organisations such as the African Union, EAC, COMESA, SADC, those working in political arena, institutions of higher learning and research, and media and NGO sector professionals will find this course very insightful.
|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 Meals per week||US$118 per week|