Dublin, 15 January 2008 - The Business Workshops 9.30am to 4pm
1 July 2008
8 September 2008
6 January 2009
Anti-Bribery Strategies for Irish Businesses
TI Ireland and TCD School of Business are hosting three day-long anti-bribery training workshops for business this June, September 2008 and January 2009. Each workshop will introduce participants to strategies and tools (including the Business Anti-Corruption Portal) for addressing internal and external corruption risks in global business. The workshops will be led by Jens Berthelsen, Chair of the OECD’s Business and Industry Advisory Council Task Force on Export Credit.
THE NGO Workshops (Dublin, June and July 2008)
Demanding accountability – a training workshop for development NGOs - 9 June 2008, 9.30am to 4.30pm
This workshop will share strategies on partnering organisations in the South in supporting citizen demand for accountability, participatory corruption risk mapping, and integrity pacts. It will be facilitated by Job Oganda, Executive Director (designate) of TI Kenya and Kulan Amin, TI Poverty and Development Manager.
Humanitarian Assistance Risk Mapping - 24 June 2008, 9.30am to 4.30pm
Roslyn Hees, Senior Advisor at Transparency International will lead a workshop for development NGOs on the implementation of TI’s Corruption Risk Mapping Project.
Introduction to the Water Integrity Network - July 2008 (date TBA), 9.30am to 4.30pm
TI is one of five NGOs fighting corruption in the management of the world’s most important resource. This full day workshop will introduce you to the work of the WIN and new tools developed employed and tools for fighting corruption in water and sanitation services.
'The C-Word' - Communicating corruption to different audiences - July 2008 (date TBA), 9.30am to 1pm
Simon Devilly, Journalist and former producer RTÉ
This workshop will benefit anyone with an interest in the current debate around corruption in development and the developing world. Our media facilitator will challenge participants to use simple language in explaining a very complex problem.
Cost: €400 per participant from the private sector ; €100 for non-profit staff (subsidised - concessions available). This series is supported by Irish Aid.