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Tempe, December 20, 2018: Memorandum of Understanding (MOU): Public Security Directorate – Jordan

 

The Public Security Directorate has signed a joint Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) and the Law and Governance Center, in line with the interest of all parties in implementing the concepts of His Majesty King Abdullah II’s sixth Royal Discussion Paper: “Rule of Law and Civil State”

 

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Tempe, December 12, 2018: The University of Ibadan and The AACI – MOU

 

The University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Nigeria and The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) signed a three years Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to implement “The Initiative of The AACI for Universities in The Middle East and Africa: Professional Certification for Students to Prevent Corruption.

 

The University of Ibadan is the first African university that offers the Certified Anti-Corruption Manager (CACM) certification program to its students and faculty. The leadership of the University of Ibadan shows a firm commitment to equipping its students and faculty members with the cutting-edge anti-corruption knowledge and skills. The AACI and the University of Ibadan believe that youth are at the core of any prudent national anti-corruption strategy.

 

Taking such a brave step, the University of Ibadan asserts to the Academia of Africa and the Middle East that universities have a significant role in the fight against corruption" Mr. L. B. Files said, president of The AACI.

 

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Tempe, May 9, 2018: The Initiative of The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) for Universities in the Middle East and Africa: Professional Qualification for Students to Prevent Corruption. 2018-2025

 

Sustainable development, prosperity, and stability of all kinds in nations and societies are still fundamentally dependent on young people. Youth are the leaders of the future. However, the awareness and mindset of the youth society is the result of the public and educational policies set by the country’s policymakers (mainly universities). It is, therefore, the primary responsibility of the State to provide young people with the opportunity to assist in the implementation of the national corruption prevention strategy, since prevention is always better than cure.

 

The initiative targets more than 1400 universities in the Middle East and Africa.

 

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Tempe, June 9, 2017: Strategic Partnership with  the Canadian Centre of Excellence for Anti-Corruption (CCEAC) of the University of Ottawa, Canada

 

On April 25, 2017, The AACI and the Canadian Centre of Excellence for Anti-Corruption (CCEAC) of the University of Ottawa signed a general agreement to cooperate and innovate in pursuing their respective missions globally. It is a long-term strategic professional and business relationship that will focus on both developed and developing countries.

 

The parties will promote mutually beneficial activities in the areas of education, training, and advisory. The scope of cooperation includes, but not limited to, the following:

 

Organizations’ Anti-Corruption Certification Program: The AACI will cooperate with the CCEAC to deliver the Organizations’ Anti-Corruption Certification Program in Canada and other countries.

 

Tempe, April 24, 2017: Launching the CACM Exam Path in the U.S.A., Canada, and Other Countries.

 

The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) will stop the CACM grandfathering provision of the Certified Anti-Corruption Manager (CACM) management credential in the following countries effectively from January 1, 2018.

 

  1. The United States of America (U.S.A.)
  2. Canada
  3. Netherlands
  4. Malaysia
  5. Jordan
  6. Palestine
  7. Qatar
  8. The United Arab Emirates

 

Tempe, June 1, 2016: Development of Anti-Corruption Three Credit Hours Course with Aqaba University of Technology (AUT)

 

In May 2016, The AACI and Aqaba University of Technology (AUT) signed an unprecedented agreement in the Middle East and Africa to develop an anti-corruption three credit hours course to offer it at AUT as a required course to all its students.

 

The course contents, design, and mode of delivery are innovative and respond to what academia needs to play a proactive role in preventing fraud and corruption.

 

AUT will market this course to the Jordanian universities as well as Arab and African universities. This agreement comes as a result of the “general agreement” the two parties signed earlier last March.

 

Tempe, March 17, 2016: Empowering the Role of Academia in Fighting Corruption: Aqaba University of Technology (AUT)

 

On March 6, 2016, The AACI and Aqaba University of Technology signed a general agreement to empower the role of academia in fighting corruption. The agreement calls for, among other things, conducting anti-corruption empirical research and launching local innovative anti-corruption initiatives.

 

Tempe, March 15, 2016: The AACI and Texas A&M University Cooperate

 

The complete an hour-long interview with Rt. Hon. Bruce George, an exceptional election fraud expert and British politician who served in the UK parliament for more than 36 years. Rt. Hon. Bruce George is a member of The AACI board of advisors. Press release

 

Tempe, February 6, 2016: Empowering the Role of Academia in Fighting Corruption - Qatar University

 

On December 22, 2015, The AACI and Qatar University concluded the second anti-corruption case contest at Qatar University, Doha - Qatar.  This is the first of its kind in the Middle East and Africa. The AACI’s Student Association engagement was exemplary. We currently deliver the anti-corruption case contest in each semester at Qatar University. The second anti-corruption case contest targeted more than 16,000 students; all Qatar University students.

 

Tempe, October 1, 2015: Empowering the Role of Academia in Fighting Corruption - Arab American University (AAUJ)

 

On September 6, 2015, The AACI and the Arab American University Jenin signed a general agreement to empower the role of academia in fighting corruption. The agreement calls for, among other things, conducting anti-corruption empirical research and launching local innovative anti-corruption initiatives.

 

Tempe, June 11, 2015: Empowering the Role of Academia in Fighting Corruption - Qatar University

 

Last May, The AACI conducted the first anti-corruption case contest at Qatar University, Doha - Qatar.  This is the first of its kind in the Middle East and Africa. The AACI’s Student Association engagement was exemplary. We will be offering the anti-corruption case contest in each semester at Qatar University. Moreover, we will expand its scope and the pool of participants.

 

 

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