Corruption and money laundering workshop for University of the Western Cape law students
In October 2018, Mark Pieth and two assistants Stefan Mbiyavanga and Kathrin Betz delivered a workshop on corruption and money laundering to students in Cape Town. The students are enrolled in the University of the Western Cape’s LL.M programme in Transnational Criminal Justice and Crime Prevention. The programme aims at preparing African lawyers and jurists from various countries for leading positions at both the national and international levels.
Mark Pieth, President of the Basel Institute on Governance, led the workshop in his capacity as Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Basel.
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