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IACSA 2013 Call for Applications

IACSA 2013The International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) in Laxenburg, Austria will offer its annual summer academy from 4 to 13 July this year. Applications are to be submitted online by 15 March, midnight GMT +1.

The International Anti-Corruption Summer Academy (IACSA) is a ten-day programme designed for familiarizing participants with contemporary insight in selected areas of corruption theory and anti-corruption practice. This is the third summer academy in a series, with the first two having successfully taken place in July 2011 and July 2012.

Apart from lectures, IACSA includes roundtable discussions and opportunities for the exchange of experiences, with the overall goal of helping bridge the gap between theory and practice. IACSA aims to foster a culture of the reflective practitioner, while also developing and enhancing skills useful for the workplace.

Around 70 international participants from the public and private sectors are selected for the programme each year. Applicants should be anti-corruption practitioners such as senior investigators, prosecutors, judges, compliance officers, prevention experts, auditors, NGO personnel and journalists, who have a minimum of five years of work experience in the prevention of and/or fight against corruption. Students and researchers in areas (closely) related to anti-corruption are also encouraged to apply.

Tuition fees are mainly covered by the Siemens Integrity Initiative, the sponsor of the summer programme. Participants are charged only 30% of the tuition fee, or 300 EUR.

For more information and to apply, visit

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