Online Training on Anti Corruption

IPF also offers online training programmes on Anti-Corruption. This would provide an easy and a low-cost mode to obtain training and be compliant. The online training programmes would provide relevant articles and videos on the importance and need of fighting and refraining from corruption as well as human rights violations.

1. Understanding the Manual

1. Use of manual

2. The purpose of this anti-corruption training manual

3. Overview of the training course components

4. Lectures

5. Practical Exercises

2. Developing Understanding of Anti Corruption

1. Introduction

2. What is corruption?

3. Why anti corruption?

4. Bribery

5. Extortion

6. Fraud

3. Types of Corruption

1. Forced Corruption

2. Wilful Corruption

3. Political Corruption

4. Administrative Corruption

5. Professional Corruption

4. Legislative framework on anti corruption

1. The Indian Penal Code, 1860

2. The Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988

3. The Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002

4. Whistleblowers Protection Act, 2011

5. Duties, obligations and remedies under the specific legislation

5. The Jan Lokpal Bill

1. What is the Lokpal Bill?

2. Salient Features

3. Powers of Lokpal

4. The Lokpal and Lokayuktas Act, 2013

6. Transparency and Accountability

1. Vigil mechanisms

2. Right to Information

3. Strategies to develop and implement local integrity systems

4. Integrity incentives in public administration

7. Awareness Raising

1. Public Advertisements

2. Social media advertisement

3. Rights based approach

8. Understanding Reporting of Corruption

1. What should I report?

2. Where to leak the information?

3. Developing information based on issue

4. Protecting yourself

5. Organise and Cooperate

9. Practical Guidelines On Investigation And Prosecution Of Corruption Crimes

1. Instituting criminal proceedings

2. Getting sanctions against public servants

3. When sanctions not necessary

4. Who can investigate?

5. Practical measures to be taken

6. International cooperation in investigating and prosecuting corruption

10. Tackling Corruption (Gathering Evidence)

1. Investigation plan and allocation of resources

1. Identifying potential targets

2. Developing investigative theory

3. Choosing investigative methods

4. Ensuring adequate resources for the case

2. Financial investigations

1. Analysis of a specific payment

2. Analysis of income and expenditures

3. Analysis of fraudulent financial transactions

3. Financial investigative techniques and evidentiary requirements

4. Use of electronic tools in financial investigations

11. Roles and Responsibilities in promoting anti corruption

1. Role of Government Officials, Policy Makers and Civil Servants

2. Role of NGOs and Civil Society

3. Role of Media

4. Role of Private Sector

5. Role of Trade unions

6. Role of Individuals

12. Role of Society

1. Non-Cooperation – from tolerance to condemnation

2. Generating Political will

3. Ensuring implementation- self and mutual evaluation

4. Reporting Shenanigans

5. Ostracize or Shun Corrupt public Officials

6. Positive Lobbying

13. Individual Measures by Citizens

1. Individual Integrity

2. Spreading Awareness

3. Using CVC and other Anti-Corruption agencies

4. Breaking the Corruption Chain

14. Online Complaints

1. Using IPF

2. CVC Complaints

3. Other Anti-Corruption Agencies

4. Online Integrity Pledge

15. Model method for formulating and implementing operational goals

1. Political Financing

2. Public administration

3. The lawmaking Process

4. Strengthening the legal protection of Whistleblowers

Online Training on Human Rights Protection

IPF also offers online training programmes on Human Rights Protection. This would provide an easy and a low-cost mode to obtain training and be compliant.

1. Understanding the Manual

1. Use of manual

2. The purpose of this anti-corruption training manual

3. Overview of the training course components

4. Lectures

5. Practical Exercises

2. Understanding Human Rights

1. Introduction

2. What are human rights?

3. Why human rights?

4. Characteristics of Human Rights

5. Categories of Human Rights

1. As Fundamental freedom

2. As Democratic Rights

3. As Mobility Rights

4. As Right to Life, Liberty and Security of the Person

5. As Legal Rights

6. As Rights of Equality

6. Elements of human Rights

1. Indivisibility

2. Universality

3. Interdependency

4. Inalienability

5. Non-discrimination

3. Regime of Rights

1. Civil Rights

2. Political Rights

3. Economic Rights

4. Social Rights

5. Cultural Rights

4. Civil and Political Rights

1. What are Civil and Political rights?

2. The ICCPR

3. Importance of civil and political rights

4. Understanding obligations

5. Economic Social and Cultural Rights

1. What are Economic Social and Cultural rights?

2. The ICESCR

3. Importance of Economic Social and Cultural rights

4. Understanding Obligations

6. Constitutionally Guaranteed Rights

1. Right to Equality

2. Right to Freedom of Speech and Expression

3. Right to life and liberty

4. Right against Exploitation

5. Right to Constitutional Remedies

6. Right to Freedom of Religion

7. Right to Education

7. Right to Equality

1. Why equality is important?

2. Non-discrimination

3. Dealing with Differences

4. Respecting other people’s right to equal treatment

5. Article 14- Equality among equals

8. Right to Freedom of Speech and Expression

1. What comes within “speech and expression”?

2. The importance of this right

3. Understanding limits upon the rights

4. Slander and Libel

5. Article 19(1)(a)

9. Right to Life and Liberty

1. What is life and liberty?

2. Ancillary Rights

3. Right to live with human dignity

4. Right to livelihood

5. Right to health and medical care

6. Right to Privacy

7. Article 21

10. Right to Information- a combat tool

1. What is RTI?

2. Perceived Benefits of RTI

3. Exemptions available

4. How to file?

5. When to file?

6. Appeal Provisions

11. Understanding Human right Violations

1. What constitutes violation?

2. Violations by Police

3. Controlling Violations

4. Combating Violations

12. International Standards

1. UDHR

2. ICCPR

3. ICESCR

4. Convention on Elimination of All forms of Discrimination Against women

5. Convention Against Torture

6. Convention on Elimination of All forms of Racial Discrimination

13. Human Rights Commission

1. NHRC and SHRC

2. Filing of Complaints

3. Complaints admitted by NHRC

4. Types of recommendations by Commission to Government

5. NHRC Guidelines

14. Investigating Violations

1. Throwing the Net

2. Detecting the Case

3. Investigating the Case

4. Building the Case