OVERVIEW

This course presents an in-depth survey of methods and best practices taken by governments, non-governmental organizations, and other stakeholders to eradicate corruption and promote transparency.

The course reviews elements in public sector management commonly known as “good governance,” the causes and effects of corruption, and undertakes a comparative study of domestic and multilateral efforts to eliminate corruption.

OBJECTIVE

The participants should be able to:

  • Develop a shared understanding of corruption within their context and identify acts that constitute corruption.
  • Have a clear understanding of corruption and its cost to the society.
  • Explain the link between corruption and governance and how it affects the development of the country particularly poor people.

COURSE CONTENT

Day 1

An Overview of Governance and Anti-Corruption Action Plans and Strategies

  • Project-Level Governance and Anti-Corruption Action Plans and Strategies.
  • The Advent of the Project-Level Anti-Corruption Action Plan.
  • The Role and Use of Governance/Anti-Corruption Strategies.

Day 2

The Argument

  • Introduction to the Argument.
  • The Adequacy of Governance/Anti-Corruption Strategies.
  • Challenges to the Governance/Anti-Corruption Strategies.

Day 3

Research Design

  • Coding and the Sample.
  • Impact Evaluation Design.
  • Balance Test.

Day 4

Outbound Activities Aimed At Improving:

  • Communication
  • Teamwork
  • Confidence
  • Motivation

Day 5

  • Visualization of Common Support Violations by Countries.
  • Average Treatment Effects of Governance/Anti-Corruption Strategies.
  • Conclusions
  • Evaluation

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Anticorruption officials
  • Procurement professionals
  • Auditors
  • Accountants
  • Others interested

METHODOLOGY

  • Face To Face
  • Role playing
  • Post session assessment
  • Video presentation
  • Case study

PERIOD

5 working days

LANGUAGE

  • English
  • Indonesia
  • Tetun