The Centre for the Study of Corruption


The Centre for the Study of Corruption can offer a range of bespoke programmes on various aspects of corruption and anti-corruption analysis, including small workshops addressing specific real-world problems and longer events looking at a range of issues.

Previous CPD programmes

Building on her research on parliamentary ethics, Dr Liz David-Barrett has worked with Members of Parliament in Albania, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Georgia, Poland and Serbia on how to draft a code of conduct, in a series of workshops organised by the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe.  

Liz was also invited to the UK House of Commons to give oral evidence as part of the Select Committee on Standards’ review of the Code of Conduct in 2016.

In the past, the CSC has welcomed members of the South Korean Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission to Brighton (November 2013), while Professor Dan Hough travelled to Riyadh in April 2015 to deliver a five-day course to members of Nazaha, the National Anti-Corruption Commission of Saudi Arabia.  

More information

For more information about CPD programmes, please contact CSC Director Dr Elizabeth David-Barrett.