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Launch of IAACA Revamped Website
The IAACA website has been revamped. In addition to a new layout and design, different features have been added to facilitate information sharing and experience exchange. To name a few, there is a section called “Forum” which allows members to communicate with each other by posting their messages such as seeking cooperation or promoting anti-corruption events at anytime and anywhere convenient to them. There is also a section for housing a repository of anti-corruption resources such as publications, feature articles, training materials, etc. which can serve as handy reference for our members
New IAACA Office
The IAACA Secretariat is setting up a new office here in Hong Kong. Apart from housing a dedicated team of staff, there will be a conference room for conducting meetings and organising training activities. The new office is expected to start operation in March. To celebrate the opening of the new office, we are planning to organize a ceremony and a face-to-face meeting of the Executive Committee in mid-to late April.
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New IAACA Website Launched
IAACA is delighted to announce the launch of a new website (https://www.iaaca.net). In addition to information, activities and latest news and a repository of the capacity building training materials of the Association, the website is equipped with features to facilitate information sharing and experience exchange so as to provide further impetus to the dynamic developments of the Association. The major one being a log-in controlled “e-Forum” which allows members to conveniently discuss topics of common concern, raise questions, share experience and propose solutions on specific areas in relations to the operations of their institutions, the conceiving and implementation of and cooperation in various anti-corruption initiatives.
IAACA Online Training Programme (22 and 23 February 2023)
With the advance of technology, crimes with digital elements are more sophisticated than ever and has posed a big challenge to law enforcement agencies including anti-corruption authorities. Nowadays, most evidences are electronically stored. Not only do graft-fighters need to know where to locate the information that could be of potential evidentiary value, they also need to know how to retrieve, analyze and preserve the data hidden in electronic devices in a timely manner in order to crack their cases.
Joint Project of UNODC, ICAC and IAACA “Policy Guide on the Meaningful Engagement of Youth in Anti-Corruption Efforts for Policymakers and National Anti-Corruption Agencies
As it has been reported at the General Meeting held on 8 December 2022, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC), Independent Commission Against Corruption of Hong Kong, China (ICAC), and IAACA are jointly developing a “Policy Guide on the Meaningful Youth Engagement (MYE) in Anti-Corruption Efforts”. This Policy Guide aims to address the gap between anti-corruption policymaking and MYE by offering thorough and cutting-edge guidance on how policy processes and programmes can implement MYE in support of ACAs to achieve anti-corruption outcomes. It will be published in the second half of 2023 for adoption by policymakers and national anti-corruption agencies (ACAs) according to their local situations.
2022 International Anti-Corruption Day
The 2022 International Anti-Corruption Day this year is signaling the run-up to the 20th Anniversary of the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC). Heads and top representatives of around 50 member organisations of IAACA unanimously reaffirmed their commitment to the effective implementation of the UNCAC at the 12th IAACA General Meeting successfully held on the eve of this big day.
Echoing this year’s theme of “UNCAC at 20: Uniting the World Against Corruption”, IAACA will continue its efforts to facilitate fruitful exchange of expertise, experience, knowledge and skills; and to promote collaboration among anti-corruption authorities with the aim of raising the global capacity in combating and preventing corruption.
IACA Regional Summer Academy Asia 2022
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Webinar on Designing and Implementing Effective Whistleblowers Protection Systems
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World Justice Forum 2022
While IAACA members have been dedicating themselves to preventing and combating corruption, President Mr Simon Peh, with the support of the Secretariat, has continued to promote IAACA in the international community and strengthen its collaboration with like-minded organisations around the world for the global anti-corruption cause.