On Thursday, September 7 at 11:00 a.m. in the Sala Colonne of the Viale Pola campus, LUISS University presents a master’s program in Compliance and Corruption Prevention in the Public and Private Sectors, organized in collaboration with the Italian National Anti-Corruption Authority (ANAC).
LUISS Rector Paola Severino and ANAC President Raffaele Cantone, directors of the program, will present the course contents and goals in an event moderated by journalist Gianni Riotta.
Beginning in December 2017, the program offers advanced education in preventing and managing corruption risk in the public and private sectors. The program aims to create professionals and experts in compliance and risk management strategies for businesses and public administration.
The initiative is a reference point for the university’s post-graduate concentration on corruption prevention and repression. Alongside ANAC and a variety of institutions focused on fighting illegality, LUISS University is committed to creating educational programs that promote civic awareness and cultivating a sense of responsibility towards the community in order to provide students with the necessary instruments to develop rule of law and transparency.