Driven by a vision, we identified the real needs academic institutions should satisfy to engage effectively in fighting corruption.
We are currently amid innovation and change in more than one continent. Our impact would always be global.
Encouraging teaching anti-corruption courses and seminars for undergraduate and post-graduate levels "Texas A&M University"
"Ethics, Leadership and Respect”
Invited by The leadership of Henrico County Leadership Conference, in Richmond Virginia, Mr. L. Burke Files, President of The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) participated in this conference in April 2014.
As Mr. Files stated " I spoke at the Henrico County Leadership Conference, in Richmond Virginia. The theme for this year presentation was “Ethics, Leadership and Respect”. This group had the finest batches of questions on corruption and its impact I have had to date. There was no fear of how they looked in front of others, except a bit of a challenge to ask even better questions. What is all the more surprising is that there where student from 7th grade through high school! What an awesome bunch. I cannot thank Edie Curry or Carole Haarve enough as my co-speakers and two true leaders."
Establishing The AACI's Students Association at universities worldwide.
"Prof. Chung Lee whose insights and support have unparalleled impact on our academic initiatives." Mike J. Masoud.
Working with many universities.
Innovating in team teaching of complex anti-corruption courses.
We already started our journey in changing the landscape: we currently innovate. "Prof. Andrew Morriss, the dean of school of law at Texas A&M University, Fort Worth, TX."
The AACI and Qatar University signed a general agreement that is unprecedented in its scope and objectives.
The American Anti-Corruption Institute (AACI) at Al Obour Institutes For Technology, Egypt.
Al Obour Institutes For Technology, Egypt. Tone is set properly at the top.
Al Obour Institutes For Technology Students, December 23, 2015