Anthropology, Economics, Law, Political and social science, Public administration, Public sector ethics

In co-operation with Tiri - A Pro-Integrity Policy Network, London and the Center for Policy Studies, Central European University, Budapest.

This course is generously supported by a grant from INTAS for participants from NIS countries.

Course date

3 July - 12 July, 2006
Application deadline:
15 February, 2006
Course Director(s): 

Fredrik Galtung

Integrity Action, Jerusalem, Israel
Course Faculty: 

Agnes Batory

Central European University, Center for Policy Studies, Budapest, Hungary

Nick Duncan

Tiri, London, United Kingdom

Ase Grodeland

Norwegian Institute of Urban and Regional Research, Oslo, Norway

Warren Krafchik

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, Washington, D.C., United States of America

Josip Kregar

University of Zagreb, Law School, Zagreb, Croatia

Irakli Rekhviashvili

Open Society Institute, Budapest, Hungary

Ornit Shani

University of Haifa, Israel

Howard Whitton

Tiri, London, United Kingdom

Violetta Zentai

Center for Policy Studies, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Corruption is widely recognized as a major obstacle to development and legitimate democratic governance. This course meets a need for critical and strategic approaches that straddle the exigencies of corruption control and organizational integrity. Corruption control refers here in particular to external control variables (e.g. by the executive or on an institution and profession) and organizational integrity refers in large measure to internal processes of control and value-driven reform.
 
The course will explore the myriad challenges of effectively implementing elements of a corruption control and organizational integrity strategy that is both effective and sustainable. This course is aimed at operational line managers, internal control specialists (e.g. investigators, compliance officers, inspectors, etc.) as well as external change agents (e.g. media, NGOs, think tanks, etc.). It will also be open to academics developing similar courses at their own universities.
 
Information for fee-paying participants
 
The fee for this course is 1000 EUR/10 days for those employed by organizations that are likely to provide a training budget, in particular government agencies and international organizations. The standard SUN fee of 500 EUR/10 days is for students, academics, researchers and those employed by NGOs/the non-profit sector. However, those in the former fee category may also apply for reduced fees or fee waivers to the course director, stating their reasons for such request.