This week, the CEELI Institute is conducting an anti-corruption training in Tunis, Tunisia. The courses, focusing on corruption detection and financial investigation techniques, have been taught and led by Goran Klemencic, the former director of the Slovenian Anti-Corruption Agency, Jerry Rowe, a financial crimes consultant, and CEELI Institute Executive Director Chris Lehmann. Topics of the training include: costs of public corruption and bribery, identifying corruption, and developing investigation plans to stop potential criminal activity. More information about the CEELI Institute’s programs and plans in Tunisia can be found on our website here.