WHO WE ARE

International organization.
Educational institution.

WHO WE ARE

International organization.
Educational institution.

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80 Member States and organizations from around the world

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100% focus on anti-corruption and compliance education

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Students and participants from our academic degree, open, and tailor-made trainings

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Alumni in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions

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80 Member States and organizations from around the world

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100% focus on anti-corruption and compliance education

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Students and participants from our academic degree, open, and tailor-made trainings

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Alumni in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions

IACA became an
International organization on 8 March 2011

IACA became an
International organization on 8 March 2011

Governance

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Assembly of Parties

A forum for Parties to consult on the overall policy of the Academy and on other matters of interest under the IACA Agreement.

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Board of Governors

IACA is governed by a Board consisting of 11 members, all of whom serve in their individual capacity.

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Dean

Responsible for the day-to-day management of the Academy and its substantive programme.

Governance

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Assembly of Parties

A forum for Parties to consult on the overall policy of the Academy and on other matters of interest under the IACA Agreement.

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Board of Governors

IACA is governed by a Board consisting of 11 members, all of whom serve in their individual capacity.

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Dean

Responsible for the day-to-day management of the Academy and its substantive programme.

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International Senior Advisory Board

Reflects on IACA’s activities and offers observations and advice on how the highest standards can be met and maintained.

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International Academic Advisory Board

Advises in matters related to education, training, and research.

Guiding Principles

Guiding Principles

Mission

Our principal mission is to deliver and facilitate anti-corruption education and training for professionals and practitioners from all sectors. We provide research and platforms for dialogue and networking, which in bringing together field specialists allow for the development of grounded, sustainable strategies and guidelines.

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Our holistic curricula address a wide range of disciplines and cater to various regions of the world. Furthermore, we advance an understanding of the cross-cutting and devastating nature of corruption and thus call for a broader contextualization. We encourage the social responsibility of all sectors and a change of attitudes in this regard. We are strongly committed to international cooperation, direct dialogue and broad partnerships as a means for expertise exchange and greater solidarity in the fight against corruption.

Our alumni network provides for a continuous sharing of experiences and best practices, mutual technical assistance and the latest know-how. We perceive our alumni as ambassadors and as part of a growing global anti-corruption alliance.

Vision

We view an unwavering No! to corruption as a basic right for all our societies. Our vision is, therefore, to substantially contribute to the global fight against corruption and become the leading educational institution in promulgating it. We are an international, innovative and globally renowned centre of excellence, which empowers professionals.

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We advance the goals of the United Nations Convention against Corruption, promote the rule of law, and provide support and technical assistance for states, organizations, corporations, and other stakeholders.

As corruption knows no borders, affects all countries and sectors of society and cannot be remedied with traditional educational methods alone, our vision is to tackle this global phenomenon with a new and holistic approach.

This approach is:

  • International – observing regional diversity, servicing all corners of the globe, and foreseeing the broadest possible outreach
  • Inter-disciplinary – providing know-how and expertise from various academic and non-academic fields
  • Inter-sectoral – catering to all sectors of society
  • Integrative – bridging the gap between theory and practice by offering theoretical and practical knowledge and tools
  • Sustainable – striving towards long-term and long-lasting solutions and services

Values

Our values reflect our practices. We hold integrity, credibility, accountability, transparency, ethical values, and merit-based systems in highest regard. Impartiality and maintaining an unbiased position are also our core values. All our work shall be driven by excellence.

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We value the relationships we have developed with our students, staff and stakeholders. We strive to ensure geographical diversity. Our values conform to the major international anti-corruption instruments and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We are loyal to these values, institutionally and personally, and committedly take over the responsibility of adhering to them.

Mission

Our principal mission is to deliver and facilitate anti-corruption education and training for professionals and practitioners from all sectors. We provide research and platforms for dialogue and networking, which in bringing together field specialists allow for the development of grounded, sustainable strategies and guidelines.

Read more

Our holistic curricula address a wide range of disciplines and cater to various regions of the world. Furthermore, we advance an understanding of the cross-cutting and devastating nature of corruption and thus call for a broader contextualization. We encourage the social responsibility of all sectors and a change of attitudes in this regard. We are strongly committed to international cooperation, direct dialogue and broad partnerships as a means for expertise exchange and greater solidarity in the fight against corruption.

Our alumni network provides for a continuous sharing of experiences and best practices, mutual technical assistance and the latest know-how. We perceive our alumni as ambassadors and as part of a growing global anti-corruption alliance.

Vision

We view an unwavering No! to corruption as a basic right for all our societies. Our vision is, therefore, to substantially contribute to the global fight against corruption and become the leading educational institution in promulgating it. We are an international, innovative and globally renowned centre of excellence, which empowers professionals.

Read more

We advance the goals of the United Nations Convention against Corruption, promote the rule of law, and provide support and technical assistance for states, organizations, corporations, and other stakeholders.

As corruption knows no borders, affects all countries and sectors of society and cannot be remedied with traditional educational methods alone, our vision is to tackle this global phenomenon with a new and holistic approach.

This approach is:

  • International – observing regional diversity, servicing all corners of the globe, and foreseeing the broadest possible outreach
  • Inter-disciplinary – providing know-how and expertise from various academic and non-academic fields
  • Inter-sectoral – catering to all sectors of society
  • Integrative – bridging the gap between theory and practice by offering theoretical and practical knowledge and tools
  • Sustainable – striving towards long-term and long-lasting solutions and services

Values

Our values reflect our practices. We hold integrity, credibility, accountability, transparency, ethical values, and merit-based systems in highest regard. Impartiality and maintaining an unbiased position are also our core values. All our work shall be driven by excellence.

Read more

We value the relationships we have developed with our students, staff and stakeholders. We strive to ensure geographical diversity. Our values conform to the major international anti-corruption instruments and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We are loyal to these values, institutionally and personally, and committedly take over the responsibility of adhering to them.

International and
Academic Recognition

Since its inception, IACA has been recognized by numerous international bodies and other fora for its work in the area of anti-corruption and compliance education and capacity-building.

International and
Academic Recognition

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Since its inception, IACA has been recognized by numerous international bodies and other fora for its work in the area of anti-corruption and compliance education and capacity-building.

Partners

As part of its strong commitment to promoting international cooperation in the fight against corruption, the Academy has built broad partnerships with public and private sector institutions and international organizations across the globe. To this effect, it has entered into many cooperative arrangements, working with partner entities to develop anti-corruption initiatives, provide technical assistance, and exchange information.

It also enjoys close relations with its initiating partners: the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), INTERPOL, the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF), and the Republic of Austria. The Academy also has two cooperating partners, Siemens and Motorola, who have financially contributed to its work.

IACA Agreement

Agreement for the Establishment of the International Anti-Corruption Academy as an International Organization.

Partners

As part of its strong commitment to promoting international cooperation in the fight against corruption, the Academy has built broad partnerships with public and private sector institutions and international organizations across the globe. To this effect, it has entered into many cooperative arrangements, working with partner entities to develop anti-corruption initiatives, provide technical assistance, and exchange information.

It also enjoys close relations with its initiating partners: the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), INTERPOL, the European Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF), and the Republic of Austria. The Academy also has two cooperating partners, Siemens and Motorola, who have financially contributed to its work.

IACA Agreement

Our founding treaty

IACA campus

IACA is located in the town of Laxenburg near Vienna, which served as a summer getaway for the aristocracy and high society during the times of the Habsburg dynasty.

IACA campus

IACA is located in the town of Laxenburg near Vienna, which served as a summer getaway for the aristocracy and high society during the times of the Habsburg dynasty.

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