Anti-Corruption Policy Management in Public and Private Institutions

The course aims to provide students with knowledge of anti-corruption policy in terms of corruption risk management and prevention of corruption in public and private institutions, to introduce international standards for combating money laundering and terrorism, and to equip them with traditional methods of corruption risk management skills.

The course will cover issues such as: International Anti-Corruption Policy Framework - Basic Principles for the Public and Private Sectors; Human Resource Management and Remuneration, Ethical Standards and Prevention of Conflicts of Interest and Corruption in the Public Sector; Organizational Culture and Message from Management to the Private Sector, Corruption Risk Management, Financial Control Mechanisms, Gifts and Hosting Costs, Charitable Contributions/Sponsorship, Procurement and Supplier Relations, Human Resource Management; Corruption Risk Management in the State-owned Enterprises; Corporate Social Responsibility; Compliance and Risk Management Officer; Combating Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing in Public, Private and Non-Commercial Legal Entities (FATF Recommendations); The Essence and Meaning of the Whistleblowing; Scope of Disclosure; A Balance Between a Civil Servant's Freedom of Expression and a Commitment to the State; Guarantees of Protection of the Whistleblower and those to his/her Equal; The Difference between Disclosure and Information Leakage; Protecting the Anonymity of Whistleblowers; Disclosure of Confidential Information; the Confidentiality of the Journalistic Source; Rules of Journalistic Ethics; Restriction of Searches in a Media Organization. 

Currently, the training course is available to participants of the Certification Program in Fighting Corruption.


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