5ª conference Academia against Corruption in the Americas (ACA)
What do we know about corruption in the Americas? What lessons can we learn from the anti-corruption efforts in various countries? How can we teach the next generation of public servants, businesspeople, and social entrepreneurs to break the cycle of corruption?
The fifth annual Academia against Corruption in the Americas (ACA) Conference will be held virtually on April 29, May 6, and May 13, 2022. As the title suggests, this is an international, interdisciplinary forum for the academic anti-corruption community to share research results and teaching experiences.
ACA has three
There are three session types
1. Research on corruption and anticorruption, especially in the Americas
2. Didactic tools and examples of teaching corruption and anticorruption
3. Anticorruption tools and initiatives from civil society
Languages: Submissions accepted in English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French. Presentations at the conference may be in English, Spanish, or Portuguese.
Presentations on April 29 will be in English; presentations on May 6 will be in Spanish; on May 13, the keynote address and presentations on research will be in Portuguese, while presentations on teaching anticorruption and civil society initiatives will be presented in mixed languages. Simultaneous translation will be provided.
Submission deadline: March 15, 2022
EXTENDED TO MARCH 22
Decisions announced: March 31, 2022
Submission: We invite professors, researchers, and civil society organizations from all disciplines to submit proposals (full papers or reports, at any stage from draft through published) at https://app.oxfordabstracts.com/stages/3789/submitter.