ETH Zürich, Centre for Development and Cooperation (NADEL) This course examines different forms, causes, and effects of fraud and corruption in developing countries. Course participants receive an introduction to the main concepts and mechanisms of prevention, detection, investigation and sanctioning adopted by the international development community. By using case studies and practical examples, the course prepares participants for dealing with fraud- and corruption-related issues in the context of concrete development programs and projects.
Duration: 23.10. – 25.10.2019 Registration for courses in the fall semester 2019 start on the 27th of May 2019. The course can either be taken individually, or as a part of the CAS in Development Cooperation.
Chr.Michelsen Institute (CMI) Play a game of anti-corruption tools and tradeoffs in our free, 45-minute course for everyone: Managing corruption risks in development cooperation. Start any time. Start by getting familiar with the challenges in the Introduction. Then go to the Knowledge section and tackle the Mission to explore anti-corruption tools. Finally go to the Assessment and check your knowledge by answering ten questions.