UE Graduate School Holds Lecture Tackles Corruption in PHL

The University of the East, through the UE Graduate School and in cooperation with the UE Colleges of Business Administration-Manila and -Caloocan, will have international anti-corruption expert Mr. Tony Kwok to lecture on “Fighting Corruption in the Philippines: What Went Wrong and What Can be Done Now.” This will be on May 5, 2011, starting at 1:30 pm, at the Conference Hall, 4th floor of the Dalupan Building in UE Manila.

This lecture is one of several events co-sponsored by organizations concerned about corruption including the USAID, the Presidential Commission on Good Government (PCGG), Management Systems International (MSI), the Ateneo Human Rights Center (AHRC), Integrity Initiative, the iPro and SHINE Projects and other organizations for good government.

Mr. Kwok is known for his participation in transforming Hong Kong from one of the most corrupt to one of the cleanest cities in Asia. He has 33 years of experience in the anti-corruption field, including 27 years with the Hong Kong Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC).

His international experience involves providing professional consultancy services and conducting lectures, seminars and workshops in 17 countries involving corruption matters. One of his projects was having been Chief Adviser to the EU’s 3M Euro Corruption Prevention Project in the Philippines in 2005 to 2007.

Lecture participants/attendees are requested to pre-register by contacting the UE Graduate School at telephone number 735-5471 local 358 or 374, or by faxing a letter of intent to attend to fax number 735-8533.


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