Feb 21
Information about U4’s upcoming specialised anti-corruption online courses in spring 2019

Corruption in the Justice Sector

After a successful pilot run in late 2018, U4 is offering this expert-led course again from 18 March to 5 April 2019.

The course has been developed for practitioners involved in rule of law and judicial reform programmes, and who have a good understanding of how the justice sector, or particular justice sector institutions, work, but who might have been rather isolated from the discussion of anti-corruption measures in other sectors, and/or might feel it difficult to raise the issue of internal integrity with their counterparts. The course will also benefit general governance experts with a good understanding of the rule of law who would like to integrate justice sector institutions in their programming.

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Essentials of Anti-Corruption II: Development Programming

This 4-week expert-led course will run from 6 May to 31 May 2019. The course aims to provide an in-depth framework to understanding corruption—and anti-corruption. It will cover theoretical frameworks underpinning how we think about corruption; diagnostic tools to understand the nature and scale of corruption challenges; and how corruption informs programming choices and practice. 

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In order to enrol in our specialised online courses, we require participants-to-be to complete our self-paced, 1 hour Essentials of Anti-corruption I-The Basics training module. This module, which is also open to the general public, can be taken at any given time, and is available in: 

English at  

French at

These courses are targeted at U4 partner staff (among others SDC). However, partners can nominate outside participants (e.g. implementing partners) for course places, too. Should you have any questions about the upcoming trainings, as well as for nominations of outside participants, please contact:



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