Workshops and events
Expert-led workshops for U4 partners
Webinar series 2021
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We facilitate local dialogues
Corruption is a sensitive topic. A neutral forum to discuss it openly helps different agents of change find each other. Our advisers facilitate dialogues between development partners at U4 in-country workshops. During the past decade we’ve held over 60 workshops for our partners and their local counterparts.
We can also assist with staff training and policy advice at headquarters. Or would you like to meet us at a conference? We gladly share our insights at research and policy events, to help advance general anti-corruption knowledge.
Tailor-made workshops for U4 partners and local counterparts.
We prepare and facilitate two-day workshops for U4 partners and local counterparts. We tailor the agenda to your needs and can help you bring momentum to local processes.
U4's steering committee decides which countries and agencies get workshops. The next call for workshop proposals will be in June-2021.
Anti-corruption workshop topics
- National strategies and policies
- Justice sector
- Public service delivery
- Natural resources sectors
- Monitoring and evaluation
- Social accountability
- Collective donor responses
- Social norms
- Illicit financial flows
Would you like us to share U4 expertise at a staff event? We can help raise general anti-corruption awareness and show how U4 resources and services can be useful. Our advisers are sector-specialists who can give policy-relevant inputs to your experts.
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Workshops and headquarter visits 2021
Strategic Litigation Against Public Participation (SLAPP) has become common in many countries. SLAPP lawsuits aim to stop, suppress, and silence those that speak out to defend the public interest. In this webinar, you will hear stories from journalists, whistleblowers, and civil society organisations that work to uncover corruption and tax evasion.
The ISO 37001 standard presents a benchmark to define an anti-bribery management system. It also provides a state-of-the-art framework for use by any organisation to comply with national anti-bribery laws and regulations. Yet, its structure, costs, and requirements mean full implementation and certification are of little interest to development aid agencies.