Doha: The Administrative Control and Transparency Authority (ACTA), in cooperation with the Palestinian Anti-Corruption Commission (PACC), organized a virtual training program on international standards to sensitize communities to promote corruption integrity, transparency and the fight against corruption, with regional case studies . The training took place on October 23 and 24.
The program targeted employees on both sides. It aimed to create a mutual understanding of the competences and tasks of ACTA and PACC, as well as to develop the skills of the participants in the field of community awareness on the prevention of corruption, as well as to familiar with relevant international standards and their practical applications. In addition to introducing international experiences in the complaints and reporting mechanisms on corruption cases.
In addition, the program introduced participants to the protection systems for corruption witnesses and whistleblowers in Arab countries, in addition to familiarizing participants with international standards for the management of gifts in institutions. of the public sector.
The importance of the training program supervised by the heads of the two organizations lies in the exchange of successful national experiences in integrity, transparency and strengthening the fight against corruption, and in developing technical capacity building. some participants. In addition to increasing their efficiency and providing them with the latest international standards and best practice applications in the field of integrity, transparency and anti-corruption, in line with the objectives of the strategy to achieve Qatar National Vision 2030.
The training program was part of the implementation of the Memorandum of Understanding signed between ACTA and PACC.