Iraqi Anti-Corruption Academy
The Iraqi Anti-Corruption Academy (IACA) was established to fight corruption in accordance with Article (10/ninth) of Commission of Integrity`s law which states that the Academy to be run by a director general who holds at least Bachelor`s degree and experience with a minimum of ten years in the field of specialization.
The Academy aims to train, to insure presenting continuous education programs for personnel working for oversight entities, to spread the culture of integrity, transparency, accountability and to prepare research and studies. In response to a proposal put forward by the CoI, the Council of Ministries shall issue an order to regulate the Academy`s tasks, objectives, means, methods of management and payments as well as issuing certificates.
In accordance with the above mentioned text, the Iraqi Academy was created to be a platform for launching scientific research to counter corruption, to boost the concepts of the rule of law, integrity, transparency and accountability as well as providing professional and objective training opportunities, besides preparing research and studies.
The Academy seeks to achieve a number of objectives that would build and develop anti- corruption capacities, spread the culture of integrity, combat corruption, confirm principles of transparency in the public-sector services and participate in producing special anti-corruption strategies.
The Academy is tasked to design, to implement training programs for the anti-corruption bodies, to support continuous education programs, and to spread the culture of integrity, transparency and accountability.
1. Introductory Guide.
• Training programs
3. The Activities of Iraqi Anti-Corruption Academy