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On Tuesday 7 October 2014, the Regional Anti-Corruption Academy for Central America and the Caribbean (ARAC), in collaboration with the University Santa Maria la Antigua (USMA), launched a diploma on "Measures for the Prevention and Fight against Corruption", the first of its kind in the region.

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On October 3 2014, at the Bolivar Palace, headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Panama, the Regional Anti-Corruption Academy for Central America and the Caribbean (ARAC) collaborated with the San Felipe Foundation and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Panama, in the closing ceremony of the X San Felipe Values Fair.

The Values Faire ​​gathered six hundred students from several primary schools of San Felipe, accompanied by their teachers and families, who enjoyed several presentations focused on the Panama Canal Centennial, in which values ​​and principles were promoted as the basis for progress of the nation.

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On September 29 2014, closing ceremony activities took place at the General Daniel Centeno de León School, which was selected as a pilot primary school for the Anti-Corruption Values Programme.

Students from each grade competed in a series of painting, poetry, oratory and socio-dramas contests, related to the anti-corruption theme. The winners were chosen and awarded by a jury of the following authorities: Melissa Flynn, Academic Coordinator of the Regional Anti-Corruption Academy for Central America and the Caribbean (ARAC), Amilcar Bonilla, General Secretary of the Accounts Prosecutor´s Office of Panama, and Argés Bonilla, Legal Asistant of the Accounts Prosecutor's Office of Panama.

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In the framework of the fight against corruption through prevention and strengthening values, the Regional Anti-Corruption Academy for Central America and the Caribbean (ARAC) in collaboration with the Accounts Prosecutor´s Office of Panama, launched the Programme for the Promotion of Anti-Corruption Values at the Primary School Level.

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On 21 August 2014, the Anti-Corruption Regional Academy for Central and Caribbean (ARAC), in collaboration with the Canadian Embassy in Panama, hosted the conference entitled: "Prevention of Money Laundering and General Knowledge on the Asset Recovery Process". This event took place at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Panama City, Panama.

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From 20 to 22 August 2014 in Panama City, Panama, UNODC ROPAN and the Regional Anticorruption Academy for Central America and the Caribbean (ARAC), hosted in collaboration with the Panama Banking Association, as well as other institutions in the public and private sectors, the  XVIII   Hemispheric Conference for the Prevention of Money Laundering and Combating the Financing of Terrorism.    The conference targeted officials and representatives from financial institutions including banks, credit unions, currency exchanges, casinos, insurance companies, and brokerage houses.

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On August 13 and 14 2014, theRegionalAnti-CorruptionAcademyfor Central America andthe Caribbean, conducted the workshop "Corruptionand Anticorruption: ASectoralApproach". The workshop was facilitated by Dr. Frederic Boehm, an international anti-corruption expert and was directed to 30 officials from the following Panamanian institutions: the Ministry of Commerce and Industry; the Ministry of Economy and Finance; the Ministry of Public Works; the Ministry of Agricultural Development; the Ministry of the Presidency; the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; the Panama Maritime Authority; the Social Security Fund; the Judiciary; the National Police; the Institute for Training and Human Resources Development; the National Environmental Authority; the National Land Management Authority and the Ministry of Government.

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On August 12, 2014, The Regional Anticorruption Academy for Central America and the Caribbean hosted a Workshop on Anti-Corruption Measures and Policies: A Critical Discussion in the Hotel El Panama in Panama City, Panama. The workshop was facilitated by Dr. Frederic Boehm, an international anti-corruption expert and was directed to 30 officials from the following Panamanian institutions: the Ministry of Commerce and Industry; the Ministry of Economy and Finance; the Ministry of Public Works; the Ministry of Agricultural Development; the Ministry of the Presidency; the Ministry of Foreign Affairs; the Panama Maritime Authority; the Social Security Fund; the Judiciary; the National Police; the Institute for Training and Human Resources Development; the National Environmental Authority; the National Land Management Authority; and the Ministry of Government.

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