Higher education, applications open for the 3rd edition of the Webinar Series Preventing and Combating Corporate Crime. How to apply and course topics
The initiative is organized by the Dirpolis Institute (Law, Policy, Development), with the collaboration of ANAC, Transparency International Italia and Carnà&Partners
The Dirpolis Institute (Law, Politics, Development) of the Sant'Anna School opens applications for the 3rd edition of the Webinar Series Prevention and Combating Corporate Crime, a high education course organized with the collaboration of ANAC (National Anti-Corruption Authority), Transparency International Italia and the Carnà&Partners Studio. The deadline to apply is Monday, January 30, 2023, more information at this dedicated page.
The training includes 15 webinars, for a total of 45 hours, with very high-profile lecturers, such as university professors, Supreme Court advisors, officials of supervisory authorities, professionals and other leading figures from organizations, institutions and companies with experience in the Italian and international spheres, aiming to train new figures of professionals able to provide innovative tools, plans and solutions to prevent and manage the risk of commission of crimes in corporate activities. The lecture program is multidisciplinary, and the topics of the meetings, with a distinctly interactive approach, will cover a range from regulatory analysis to an in-depth look at the most vivid and concrete aspects of business life: public contracting, health and safety in the workplace, environmental compliance, cybersecurity and cyber-compliance, corporate social responsibility, lobbying, and risk-crime prevention 2.0.
The course admits 60 participants and allows 2 CFU upon conclusion. Classes are scheduled to be held between February and July 2023.