The Anticorruption Institute is a non-profit organization, founded in 2018, whose mission is to investigate and analyze the causes of corruption at both a national and international level, in order to propose comprehensive and multidisciplinary solutions aimed at its eradication and mitigation, as well as to control the associated risks within the public and private sectors.
By 2025, the Anticorruption Institute will be an important player in the development of initiatives that seek to create and promote a culture of probity, integrity, transparency and to continue the fight against corruption.
- Promote and develop initiatives across both the public and private sectors aimed at creating a culture of greater probity, integrity and transparency.
- Promote a culture of transparency based around improved institutional, commercial and individual integrity, working hand-in-hand with both the public and private sectors, as well as with other relevant members of civil society.
- Connect with all relevant sectors of society with a view to ensuring greater influence and control over the various institutional, economic, social, political, cultural and environmental processes, continuing to fight for improved integrity and against corruption.
- Improve education and knowledge amongst target audiences including the public, the State and academia, with regard to the phenomenon of corruption within public institutions, the private sector, non-governmental organizations and civil society in general.
- Design and present proposals on public policy, regulation, strategies and wider activity aimed at fighting corruption, increasing transparency, promoting good governance and building integrity.
- Train public officials, administrators and employees within the private sector on anticorruption compliance, transparency, the channels for secure reporting and any other issues required to meet the mission, goals and objectives of the International Institute on Anticorruption Studies (IIEA).