The GIACC Resource Centre provides free on-line information, advice and tools designed to help understand, prevent and deal with corruption, including:
Corruption information: Detailed analysis of what is corruption; why corruption occurs; how corruption occurs; why avoid corruption; liability for corruption; cost of corruption; and hypothetical examples of how different types of corruption occur.
Anti-corruption programmes for organisations; governments; funders; project owners; and business associations / professional institutions.
Project Anti-Corruption System (PACS): A set of measures designed to help prevent corruption on major projects.
Anti-corruption measures: Specific anti-corruption measures which an organisation can implement, either separately, or as part of an anti-corruption programme.
An on-line anti-corruption training module (available in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Polish and Romanian).
An anti-corruption training manual (available in English, Spanish and Chinese).
Dealing with corruption: Advice on how organisations, individuals, and the public can deal with corrupt situations.
Information on anti-corruption conventions; forums; indices and surveys; and initiatives.