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MACS 2019 Graduation programme coverStudents in IACA’s first International Master in Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action (IMACC) class and fifth Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) class are coming later this month to IACA campus for the final assessment of their master’s theses and final projects, which will be followed by the festive graduation ceremony on 6 December 2019.

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DSC 0692 webMr. Ricardo Treviño Chapa, Deputy Secretary General of the World Customs Organization (WCO) visited IACA’s campus on 13 November.

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Mongolia flagMongolia has made a voluntary contribution of EUR 10,000 to IACA’s general budget.

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Chile flagChile has made a voluntary contribution of USD 10,000 (equivalent to EUR 8,962.98) to IACA’s general budget.

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Group Photo webFrom 21 to 24 October IACA hosted the second Anti-Corruption Training for the Korea Council of Public Organizations Internal Auditors, bringing together a total of 36 audit specialists from different public organizations from the Republic of Korea.

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Macs 2018 Module VIACA’s 2018-2020 Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) students, who come from 12 countries around the world, are attending the in-class part of the fifth module on Corruption, Compliance, and the Private Sector.

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DSC 0239 webOn 21 October, the second Anti-corruption tailor-made training for Government officials from the People’s Republic of China was concluded at IACA, Laxenburg. The training brought together 25 officials from the China Academy of Discipline Inspection and Supervision, the National Commission of Supervision, and various Provincial Commissions of Supervision.

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DSC 0267 webOn 18 October, H.E. Mr. Yang Xiaodu visited IACA in his capacity as Member of the Political Bureau and Secretariat of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, Deputy Secretary of the CPC Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI), and Chairman of the National Commission of Supervision of the People’s Republic of China (NCS).

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Hungary flagHungary has made a voluntary contribution of EUR 10,000 to IACA’s general budget for 2020. Having become a Party to IACA in 2011, Hungary’s regular contributions are greatly appreciated as they support the organization’s work in empowering anti-corruption and compliance professionals across the globe.

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