Safeguarding against Corruption in Major Public Events – Facilitator’s Guide

Contents The structure of the five-day workshop at a glance How to use this training package: LESSON 1: Organizational vulnerability to corruption – the risk management solution LESSON 2:...
27/05/2016
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