International Anti-Corruption Day, 9 December 2016  

The way to achieve development is through integrity, #UnitedAgainstCorruption

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Corruption Identification and Prevention Now a Click Away  

Are you interested in finding out more about corruption and how to fight it?  You can now take the UNODC Anti-Corruption Course!

The course was designed by experts from the UNODC Corruption and Economic Crime Branch and has the objective to improve the learners' understanding of the provisions of the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC).

The course consists of two eLearning modules - "Introduction to Anti-corruption" and "Advanced Anti-corruption: Prevention of Corruption ".

The first eLearning module, "Introduction to Anti-Corruption", provides an overview of \. Learners will be able to better understand what corruption is and the socio-economic consequences it can have. The module further explains how UNCAC, as the only global, comprehensive, legally binding anti-corruption instrument, can provide a fundamental legal framework for the fight against corruption across the globe.

The second module, "Advanced Anti-Corruption: Prevention of Corruption", provides learners with a more thorough understanding of preventive measures enshrined in Chapter II of UNCAC. Sub-chapters of the module explain, for instance, anti-corruption measures in the procurement process, conflict of interest regulations, steps in the design of anti-corruption strategies, and judicial integrity measures.

The modules, which take between one and two hours to complete, entail a small pre- and post-training test to assess the participants' increase in knowledge. Upon completion of each module, learners will receive a certificate.

The modules are available in two languages, English and Arabic.  The Arabic module comes in line with the UNODC anti-corruption project: "Supporting Measures to Combat Corruption and Money Laundering, and to Foster Asset Recovery, in Egypt", implemented by the UNODC Regional Office for the Middle East and North (ROMENA). The modules have been funded by the European Union.

The modules target a wide audience, including governmental officials, non-government agencies, activists, students and others who are interested in anti-corruption. You can take this course by registering at the following link: