Anti-Corruption and Anti-Money Laundering Course for Civil Society in Post-Transition Environments
The purpose of this course is to provide diverse civil society actors in Ethiopia and The Gambia with foundational knowledge of the effects of corruption on the functioning of government, particularly as it relates to abuses of institutional power.
The effects of these abuses often affect the fundamental human rights of every citizen, as well as the economic growth of the country and financial interests of all members of society. By the conclusion of the course, participants will have received a primer on how they can effectively advance greater integrity and accountability within their own government, judicial, civic, and private sector structures as it relates to anticorruption and anti-money laundering.
Module 1 – Understanding the International Legal Framework around Corruption and Money Laundering
Module 2 – Public Sector Corruption: A Multi-Level Approach
Module 3 – Civil Society Engagement and Action
Module 4 – Coordinated Action: Planning and Launching Your Anti-Corruption and Anti-Money Laundering Advocacy