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Faculty: Law
Department: Law

Type of the workshop: National workshop
The workshop in brief:

The Criminal Law Convention on Corruption is an ambitious instrument aiming at the coordinated criminalization of many corrupt practices. It also provides for complementary criminal law measures and for improved international cooperation in the prosecution of corruption offences. Ethically compromised justice sector institutions mean that the legal and institutional mechanisms designed to curb corruption, however well-targeted or honest, remain crippled.

Furthermore, the wider effects of corruption on the rule of law and sustainable improvement are not only harmful but destructive, especially when the justice sector is undermined.

Participants: 17 Total, 13 Staff from the law department, 1 Staff from the engineering department, 3 Students from the law department.

Date and time: March 02, 2021.
Place: Tishk International University, Hall 402.

Session topics: 

  • Session 1: what is the legal concept of Corrupt Crimes.
  • Session 2: what kind of corruption is more common in KGR.
  • Session3: How could we fight against corruption.

Presenters names and affiliations:

  • Dr. Imad Fatah – University of Salahaddin.

Outcome of the workshop:

  • Understand the principles and measurement of good governance.
  • Understand the circular relationship between corruption and good governance.
  • Describe aspects and tools of good governance that can prevent and reduce corruption.