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International Anti-Corruption Academy

 

International Anti-Corruption Academy

International Anti-Corruption Academy
Formation 8 March 2011
Legal status International Organization
Headquarters Laxenburg, Austria
Membership 60 Parties, 53 Signatories
Website www.iaca.int

The International Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) is a young institution based in

  • Official website*

External links

  1. ^ http://www.iaca.int/constituency/parties-signatories
  2. ^ UN News Centre
  3. ^ United Nations General Assembly Resolution 68/122
  4. ^ United Nations Office at Geneva - News
  5. ^ GRECO Members & Observers
  6. ^ OSCE Website
  7. ^ OAS Bilateral Treaties

References

The organization is governed by the Board of Governors. Its other four organs include the Assembly of Parties, Dean, International Senior Advisory Board and International Academic Advisory Board.

Governance

[7]IACA offers various types of seminars and trainings and a Master in Anti-Corruption Studies programme. It provides tailor-made programmes upon request and co-organizes trainings with other organizations such as the
Campus in Laxenburg

Education & Cooperation

[5].Group of States Against Corruption (GRECO) and the Council of Europe’s [4]United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) [3] IACA has a total of 71 Members, and holds observer status with the,[2] IACA was initiated by the

History

Contents

  • History 1
  • Education & Cooperation 2
  • Governance 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

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