Facilitated, expert-led course. Engage in self-study, written assignments and group discussions in an online forum. Successful participants receive a certificate.
Free of charge.
Participants will need 3–5 hours per week to review the material, contribute to discussions, and complete a short assignment. Support from U4 advisers and affiliated experts is available.
21 March – 8 April 2022.
U4 online courses are primarily for U4 partner staff and their guests. Partner staff can sign up directly, see below.
We also accept a limited number of applicants from NGOs and multilateral organisations. If this applies to you, please apply by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, position and organisation, and 100-200 words on your professional background and why you think you can benefit from this course.
The course is for practitioners involved in rule of law and judicial reform programmes. You should have a good understanding of how the justice sector (or particular institutions) work. If you are interested in knowing more about anti-corruption measures in this and other sectors, and/or would like to raise internal integrity issues with your counterparts, this course can be helpful.
If you are a general governance expert with a good understanding of the rule of law who would like to integrate justice sector institutions into your programming, this course will benefit you.
In order to ensure a shared basic knowledge of definitions, terminology and concepts of corruption and anti-corruption, prospective participants must complete our self-paced Essentials of Anti-Corruption I module before they can take this course. Essentials of Anti-Corruption II: Development Programming is also recommended, but not required.
Week 1 – Corruption risks and tools to assess them
Week 2 – Internal and external oversight
Week 3 – Other integrity-supporting approaches
By the end of the course, participants will be able to
Questions about the course? Contact course@u4.