Raising standards for Prosecutors worldwide; improving international co-operation to combat crime
Wednesday 25 May 2022
The Siracusa International Institute is organizing a Summer School on ‘Understanding and Combatting Corruption – A Global Perspective’, which will be held in presence between Monday, July 18th and Friday, July 22nd at the Institute’s headquarters in Siracusa, Italy.
Thursday 12 May 2022
Thursday 5 May 2022
Deadline for submission of nominations is 30June 2022
Sunday 25 September 2022 - Thursday 29 September 2022
Monday 23 May 2022 - Saturday 28 May 2022
To be eligible for the course, participants should have a university degree in law, or other relevant education and experience, and be 35 years of age or under. Auditors, who do not fulfil the eligibility criteria, may also be accepted into the course.
Monday 23 May 2022 - Monday 23 May 2022
The fifth thematic webinar to be organised on 23rd of May 2022 will focus specifically on the new provisions regarding data protection safeguards and principles in cross-border investigations.
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