Anti-Corruption, 8-10 November
This workshop gives you instruments on how to act when corruption is detected. You will also get the opportunity to participate in experience sharing and discussions on best practice with Sida, government agencies and civil society organisations. Together we will analyse and discuss corruption cases based on real events.
Date: 8-10 November, 2017
Time: The course starts with lunch at 12 p.m. 8 November and ends with lunch at 12 p.m. 10 November.
Last application date: 24 October (or when the course is full).
Venue: Sida Partnership Forum, Härnösand.
Responsible Programme Manager: Andreas Nilsson, Sida Partnership Forum.
For practical information: Please contact Börje Gidmark, Sida Partnership Forum.
Sida covers training costs, accommodation and meals. Participants only need to cover their travel costs.
Staff and field staff within Swedish civil society organisations, government agencies, universities and the private sector involved in Swedish development cooperation or Swedish humanitarian aid.
The training is not targeted at private individuals. If you are working for a non-Swedish organisation you need to be recommended by your Swedish partner organisation.
Lectures combined with group work/cases, examples presented by participating actors, exchange of experience and discussion.
From the content of the course;
- Corruption as a social and developmental problem.
- Lessons learnt - best practise from the field.
- Corruption and ethical dilemmas.
- Prevention and trends how Sida is working with Anti-Corruption.
- Case studies and group work.