Two seats available for International Anti-Corruption Conference in Copenhagen
Danida Fellowship Centre has two seats available for members of the Danida Alumni Network at the International Anti-Corruption Conference (IACC) in Copenhagen 22-24 October 2018.
The Call for Applications is open until 9 July 2018 and applicants will be informed about the outcome of their applications no later than two weeks after the application deadline.
The International Anti-Corruption Conference
The IACC is the world’s premier global forum for bringing together government officials, representatives of civil society organisations, as well as private and public stakeholders to tackle the increasingly sophisticated challenges posed by corruption. Established in 1983, the IACC takes place usually every second year in different regions of the world and hosts from 800 to 2000 participants from over 135 countries worldwide.
The IACC advances the anti-corruption agenda by raising awareness and stimulating debate. It fosters networking and global exchange of experiences that are indispensable for effective advocacy and action, both at global and national level. The conferences also promote international cooperation among governments, civil society organisations, the private and public sector, and citizens in general by providing the opportunity for face-to-face dialogue.
To those selected, DFC offers a seat at the conference, coverage of travel expenses, accommodation costs, and allowances during the stay in Copenhagen.
Who can apply and what is expected?
To be selected for one of the two seats it is a condition that you:
- Is a member of the Danida Alumni Network: https://alumni.dfcentre.com/register.
- Have attended an anti-corruption related course provided by DFC.
- Are currently working actively within the field of anti-corruption.
- Can and will use the knowledge gained at the conference to further promote the anti-corruption agenda/work.
- Are able to travel to Copenhagen and stay during the dates of the conference.
DFC will select the two Danida Alumni based on these 5 criteria. It must therefore appear clearly from the application how the participation in the IACC will benefit the work you are currently doing within the field of anti-corruption and how the knowledge gained at the conference can be used, shared and made valuable to as many people as possible.
If accepted for a seat at the conference you are expected to:
- Participate actively in the conference (debates, seminars, etc.)
- Provide DFC with photos from the conference and be willing to be interviewed about your participation at the conference for our DFC communication platforms and possible third party communication platforms
- Submit a short summary/report about your participation at IACC; lessons learned, knowledge gained and etc. no later than one month after the conference
If you have any questions, please contact Alumni Programme Officer, Mr Josias Soleil Juliussen firstname.lastname@example.org