Sustainable, Creative and Innovative Approaches to Combating Corruption and Fraud
"Elevating Anti-Corruption and Fraud Narratives, Training, Capacity-building, Advocacy, Public Education, Information Dissemination, Outreach, Awareness Creation and Sensitization Paradigms"
The phenomenon of endemic corruption and fraud has become a topical issue across the globe in recent years. Not surprisingly, it has gained notoriety and widely acknowledged as being responsible for much of the critical pervasive and emerging developmental challenges facing countries, people, communities, societies and humanity in general particularly, within the context of Africa and other developing regions of the world.
Systemic corruption and fraud is one of the most pressing global challenges and presents formidable difficulty, danger and threat to achieving sustainable development and for that matter, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Its a bad situation, which has become a dent on the conscience of many individuals, groups, institutions, organizations and communities globally.
Critical areas that are hardest hits by systemic corruption and fraud include provision of essential public and social services, amenities and infrastructure, the very poor, vulnerable and underprivileged. Corruption and fraud also hugely influences the critical decision making processes, decisions and actions of public, civil, corporate and private sector leaders, policy/decision makers and other key officials.
Further, it has tremendous effects on cost of living, doing business and return on investment, individual self-determination, development and actualization, sustainable and human development. Again, corruption and fraud severely impede democracy, good governance, accountability and transparency, equitable distribution of resources, human rights, peace and security.
On the basis of the fundamental influences and effects of systemic corruption and fraud including those aforementioned, it’s obvious that achieving sustainable development and for that matter, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) becomes extremely difficult or even impossible in any country where corruption and fraud thrives.
It is therefore important to extend the needed attention to the increasing corrupt and fraudulent practices affecting social, economic, democratic and human development, and eroding gains made by individuals, groups, agencies, institutions and organizations.
Fortunately, the devastating influences and effects of corruption and fraud are well known, documented and extensively discussed.
But what are we individually, doing in our own small way to play a meaningful role in mitigating systemic corruption and fraud at the international, national, local and community level, within our immediate environments and circles of influence?
And can the fight to mitigate corruption and fraud be achieved?
The strategic instruments for achieving this exist.
However, the missing link lies in constant and consistent engagement, acquisition, effective and efficient application of these strategic instruments by individuals, groups, professionals, activists, advocates, campaigners and organizations passionate and committed to the cause of anti-corruption, democracy, equitable distribution of resources, sustainable development, good governance, transparency, accountability, equity, equal rights, liberty, fair and just society.
This is an actionable training, capacity-building, public education, information dissemination, awareness creation and sensitization program that prepares you adequately to play an effective, efficient and meaningful role in the effort being made to mitigate corruption and fraud across all levels of society and to become an impactful leader, change maker and/or agent through the acquisitions, effective and efficient application of these strategic instruments and tools.
It offers participants the requisite high leverage, innovative and applicable strategies, competencies, instruments, tools, information, insights and exposure on corruption and fraud early warning signs, detection, prevention and response actions.
The training introduces a new frontier of methodological and systematic empowerment of the grassroots, anti-corruption activists, advocates and campaigners, students, youth, lower and mid-level corporate, public, civil and private sector professionals, employees, any individuals who are passionate and committed to the cause of anti-corruption, democracy, equitable distribution of resources, sustainable development, good governance, transparency, accountability, equity, equal rights, liberty, fair and just society and other key stakeholders to lead the fight against corruption and fraud.
The time to act is now! Stand up and be counted!
"Corruption Impedes Development and Threatens our Collective Future"
- To strategically advance the systematic development, continuous engagement and empowerment of the bottom of the societal pyramid, grassroots, ordinary citizens, public and private sector leadership and officials to guard against corruption, bribery and fraud, transparency, good governance and rule of law.
- To serve as a catalyst for relentless and highly integrated grassroots anti-corruption, bribery and fraud, transparency, good governance and rule of law outreach, public education and sensitization campaign to conscientize the citizenry and corporate entities to win the hearts and minds of especially grassroots or ordinary people, which Kra Integrated Solutions Ltd. believes matter most if the fight against corruption, bribery and fraud is to be won whilst achieving enhanced good governance, transparency and rule of law.
- To facilitate creating a sense of urgency and passions for policies formulation paradigm shift towards government, authorities and decision makers assuming greater political capacity and mastery to addressing the critical issues of transparency, good governance, rule of law, corruption, bribery and fraud, socio-cultural, economic and political concerns facing the youth, poor, vulnerable, marginalized, minorities and ordinary people. The ultimate aim is to establish a passionate, dynamic and proactive individuals or groups with impeccable integrity to become formidable agents of change, and for scrutinizing especially government contracts, agreements and allocation of resources.
- To leverage productive inter-connectivity, symbiotic relations, networking and exchange of information, expertise, knowledge, skills and technology between diverse state actors, officials, agencies and departments on one hand and civil society organizations, institutions, groups and individuals whose actions, work and activities directly or indirectly have an impact and can contribute to the fight against bribery, corruption and fraud, rule of law, transparency and good governance to allow for achieving that critical but taken for granted pulling of resources together, cohesion and unity of purpose on the other hand.
- To contribute to literature and knowledge through chronicling all course experiences, comments and revelations that need to be known (course history) and developing them into a blue print document or manual on rule of law, good governance and transparency, anti-corruption, bribery and fraud, as a contribution to elevating socio-cultural, economic and democratic development which can be adopted by public or private sector organizations and other stakeholders for reference or guidelines, and particularly for grassroots public education, sensitization, advocacy and awareness creation.
Location: Accra, Ghana
Date: 22 - 24 May, 2019
Venue: Ampomaah Hotel, East Legon
Registration Fee: from USD$95
Dr. Daniel Ato Aidoo (PhD, International Business): Researcher, Writer and Public Speaker, Business, Policy and Programs Development, Analyst and Management Consultant, USA
Mr. Francis Eshun-Baidoo (MA, Laws in Business and Finance Law): International Laws, Public Relations, Communication, Governance, Development and Anti-Corruption Expert, USA
Mr. Kakraba Emmanuel (BA, Business): Strategic Planning/Management, Business Development, Security/Law Enforcement and Social/Humanitarian Emergency Response Specialist, USA
- Types/levels of corruption and fraud
- Anti-corruption and fraud code of ethics
- Corruption and fraud interview techniques
- Sanctions/remedies for corruption and fraud
- Corruption and fraud investigation strategies
- Conducting corruption and fraud due diligence
- Definitions and meanings of corruption and fraud
- Flash points/places to watch for corruption and fraud
- How to encourage/solicit report from the general public
- Introduction to anti-corruption and fraud softwares/apps
- Corruption and fraud prevention mechanism, tools or mix
- Understanding the intricacies involved in corruption and fraud
- Corruption and fraud early warning signs, alarm bells or telltales
- Quality questions to ask for corruption and fraud self-introspection and assessment
- Social, cultural, humanitarian, economic and political impacts of corruption and fraud
- Religious organizations
- Youth clubs and associations
- Academics, students and educational institutions
- Media and PR houses, practitioners and professionals
- Security and law enforcement agencies and the judiciary
- Local government officials, authorities and assembly members
- Chiefs, Queen mothers, traditional leaders and community opinion leaders
- Early/midterm public, civil, corporate and private sector professionals, officials and employees
- Grassroots and ordinary people who unfortunately, find themselves at the periphery in the social, cultural, economic and political structures
- All identifiable formal and informal grassroots organizations, groups, professionals (farmers, traders, artisans, drivers or transport unions etc.)
- Professional associations or groups (lawyers, researchers, journalists, teachers, accountants, auditors, procurement, sales, marketing officials etc.)
- Anti-corruption, bribery and fraud, rule of law, transparency, accountability, democracy, human rights and good governance experts, investigators, researchers, activists, civil society organizations, institutions, groups and individuals
RSVP: through any of the following links
Faustina +233 547 766 961
Michael +233 264 475 836
Francis +233 556 500 680
Rachel +233 243 030 502
Kakraba +1 301 675 1358
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