Module 4 of IMACC and MACS 2019 Online

The students of IACA’s two master’s degree programmes - International Master in Anti-Corruption Compliance and Collective Action (IMACC) 2019 and Master in Anti-Corruption Studies (MACS) 2019 – started live (online) sessions of their fourth module on 3 August 2020. Both modules which mainly focus on economic aspects of corruption and compliance carry a lot of asynchronous and synchronous interactive learning materials and group works.

In addition, MACS students analyze the role of the civil society in the fight against corruption and the nexus between gender and corruption. IMACC students focus on anti-corruption project methodologies, value-based compliance programmes and ways to develop codes of conduct, as well as anti-money laundering laws and practices.

Moreover, students of both programmes will study the role of technology in the fight against corruption, and take part in an expert talk on ‘Positive Deviance’.

Live sessions of both modules end on 21 and 26 August for MACS and IMACC programmes, respectively.

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