The first global, post-graduate certificate in anti-corruption and Collective Action
The programme offers two interdisciplinary online modules that concentrate on concepts and applied perspectives for preventing and countering corruption through Collective Action. Participants are also required to implement anti-corruption Collective Action projects, enhancing the knowledge and skills gained from the classes/training, under continuous guidance and support provided by IACA.
APRIL 2024 – MARCH 2025
The programme is taught fully online and is part-time. The duration of the certificate is one year.
April 2024 – March 2025
For scholarship holders: 4 February 2024;
For self-payers: 17 March 2024
ACCA Certificate Benefits
your anti-corruption collective action project while continuing your professional career.
an internationally recognized Post-Graduate Certificate with 30 ECTS.
through synchronous and asynchronous online methods with maximum flexibility.
your knowledge and skills by understanding the collective action theory, anti-corruption tools and approaches, and project planning and implementation methods.
globally recognized practices in anti-corruption and collective action through a practical project.
your skills through methodologies and tools provided during classes and during your project implementation.
and learn with peers from diverse sectors across the globe.
new ideas for initiating and managing collective action initiatives against corruption.
ACCA Certificate Components
The first global, post-graduate certificate in anti-corruption and Collective Action.
The one-year ACCA programme is structured into online modular education during the first four months and practical project planning and implementation in the remaining eight months. Modules equip students with theoretical and practical knowledge in the areas of anti-corruption, Collective Action, and project management. In the subsequent phase, participants start to implement their own projects guided and supported by IACA and by sharing and learning from the experiences of their classmates.