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Assets Recovery Courses

Training courses

We support practitioners and interested stakeholders in sharpening their skills to better comprehend the drivers of corruption and to develop evidence-based anti-corruption approaches.

Through interactive sessions and real-life tasks, participants learn how to develop a research plan, conduct corruption risk assessments, develop social accountability initiatives and translate research findings into tailored interventions.

Over 250 practitioners, researchers, students and other stakeholders have benefited from our tailored country workshops and university courses, from Basel to Kigali.

Current courses

ClassroomTraining programme

Quantitative and qualitative research methods on corruption and their application

Through interactive sessions and real-life tasks, participants learn how to develop a research plan, conduct corruption risk assessments, develop social accountability initiatives and translate research findings into tailored interventions.

Over 250 practitioners, researchers, students and other stakeholders have benefited from our tailored country workshops and university courses, from Basel to Kigali.

ClassroomTraining programme

Quantitative and qualitative research methods on corruption and their application

Through interactive sessions and real-life tasks, participants learn how to develop a research plan, conduct corruption risk assessments, develop social accountability initiatives and translate research findings into tailored interventions.

Over 250 practitioners, researchers, students and other stakeholders have benefited from our tailored country workshops and university courses, from Basel to Kigali.

ClassroomTraining programme

Quantitative and qualitative research methods on corruption and their application

Through interactive sessions and real-life tasks, participants learn how to develop a research plan, conduct corruption risk assessments, develop social accountability initiatives and translate research findings into tailored interventions.

Over 250 practitioners, researchers, students and other stakeholders have benefited from our tailored country workshops and university courses, from Basel to Kigali.

ClassroomTraining programme

Quantitative and qualitative research methods on corruption and their application

Through interactive sessions and real-life tasks, participants learn how to develop a research plan, conduct corruption risk assessments, develop social accountability initiatives and translate research findings into tailored interventions.

Over 250 practitioners, researchers, students and other stakeholders have benefited from our tailored country workshops and university courses, from Basel to Kigali.