Activities

Camilo Enciso, Director of the Anticorruption Institute, ran a training course for teachers at the Tecnológico de Monterrey

Between 13-15 January  2020, Camilo Enciso, Director of the Anticorruption Institute, led a training course on Corruption, Complaints and Impunity in the Public Service for teachers at the Technological Institute and Higher Studies College of Monterrey. Content focused on whistleblower protection and models of leniancy in return for denunciations and collaboration with justice.

Presentation

Corruption in Latin America and the need to create an International Anticorruption Court, within the framework of the III Governance Conference Global Meeting 2019: Anticorruption, Inclusive Education and Transparent Government in Peru

On 25 October 2019, Camilo Enciso, Director of the Anticorruption Institute, presented his paper on Corruption in Latin America and highlighted the need to create an International Anticorruption Court at the III Governance Conference Global Meeting 2019: Anticorruption, Inclusive Education and Transparent Government, which took place at the César Vallejo University Lima North Campus in Peru.

Event

The fight against corruption: what works and what doesn’t? Countries that make a difference, with Matthew Stephenson, Professor at Harvard University

On 3 December 2019, the Anticorruption Institute, together with the Rosario University, organized an academic event with Matthew Stephenson, a Professor at Harvard University and an expert on anticorruption.

Have you ever wondered why Colombia seems to fail in its efforts to fight against corruption? Do you have any idea which other countries have made significant progress in “purifying” their institutions and punishing those who abuse their power in order to enrich themselves? Professor Matthew Stephenson of Harvard University shares the experience of countries that have been successful in their battles against corruption and analyzes what has gone wrong in those countries that have failed. Camilo Enciso, Director of the Anticorruption Institute, and Samuel Escobar, Professor of General Criminal Law, moderate and facilitate the conversation.