Two Week Course on Using Governance Data to Fight Corruption Across the SDGs in Kabul, Afghanistan


Opportunity Details

  • Opportunity ID 7445

Opportunity Description

Those who are eager to be informed and aware about the scale, nature, cost of corruption, and its impact on the economy, security and more generally in the daily life of people can apply to participate a two-week program on Using Governance To Fight Corruption Across the SDGs.

The course is designed for professionals from Afghanistan public institutions Civil Society organizations and  by Transparency International in partnership with Ruhr University Bochum and APPRO – Kabul and focused on Good Governance, Gender Analysis, Public Administration,  and Development (GRAD) in Kabul, Afghanistan

In this course, the participants will gain the knowledge and skills required to monitor corruption and anti-corruption reform by collecting, analyzing and using governance data.

Organizers of the program:

  • Transparency International
  • Institute for International Law of Peace and Armed Conflict( IFUV) of Ruhr University Bochum (Germany), and
  • Afghanistan Public Policy Research Organization (APPRO)

Key dates:

  • Deadline: 20 June 2019, 5 PM Kabul time
  • Result announcement: 24 June 2019
  • English test Date: 27 or 29 June 2019
  • Final result Date: 30 June 2019
  • Duration: 4-13 July

Benefits of the program:

  • successful Participants will receive 5 ECTS (European Credits Transfer System) credits awarded by Ruhr University Bochum
  • Participation to This great course

Location: Kabul Afghanistan


  • Good Governance
  • Gender Analysis
  • Research
  • Public Administration and Development (GRAD)

Presenter of the program: Dr. Saeed Parto, Director of Research at Afghanistan Public Policy Research Organization and Director –Academic at GRAD


Who can apply:

Those professionals who are member or employee of Afghan Society Organizations and/or public institution:

  • Have a Master degree in Social science or management
  • Those who have a bachelor degree with three years of experience in decision/policy making in an organizational setting
  • Those who are interested in decision-and policy-making issues
  • be proficient in the English Language.

Required documents:

  • Scanned copy of highest academic degree
  • CV
  • Interest letter in English (Maximum one page)

How to apply:

Send the requested documents to the submission email” indicating the “Certified Course-Using Governance to Fight Corruption” in the subject line of your Email.

Please note that the committee will consider only completed applications for a review.

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