International Centre for Parliamentary Studies
The International Centre for Parliamentary Studies (ICPS) exists to promote effective policy making and good governance through better interaction between Parliaments, Governments and other stakeholders in society. The ICPS’s primary focus is the empowerment of Human Capital through Capacity Building. To this effect, the Centre organises a range of training programmes, conferences and policy discussions to address current public policy issues on the international stage, in the European Union and the United Kingdom. These provide a forum for policy discussion, debate, networking and sharing of best practices.
ICPS invites applications for its Professional Certificate in Anti-Corruption, which takes place from 27 June to 1 July 2016 in Westminster, United Kingdom.
To register online, refer to https://bookings.parlicentre.org/book.php?event=GF27/PCAC.
In the wake of the recent Anti-Corruption Summit which took place in London, this programme is a well-timed opportunity to exchange ideas and experiences with international colleagues while examining the most effective strategies that can be employed to overcome the negative effects of corruption.
The programme will be held in Westminster, close to London's most iconic buildings, including the Houses of Parliament. Past delegates have enjoyed the accessibility of a plethora of tourist attractions and shopping opportunities in the vicinity of the training venues.
In addition ICPS is delighted to inform you that the next Professional Certificate in Governance and Accountability, taking place from 10-14 October 2016. An early registration reduction of £500 is available until 22 June 2016.
If you wish to attend, register online as soon as possible to secure your reduced-rate place.
For more about the International Centre for Parliamentary Studies, refer to http://parlicentre.org.