Anti-Corruption Commission

Monday, January 15, 2018
University President Prof. Dr. Ali Abu Zuhri welcoming the Anti-Corruption Commission Chairman Rafiq Al-Natsheh

Arab American University hosted the Head of the Anti-Corruption Commission Rafiq Al-Natsheh and Commission Assistant Attorney General Akram Al-Khatib in a lecture to the Faculty of Law students on the commission’s role and legal procedures in investigating corruption crimes as part of the partnership between the Commission and University to teach courses on fighting corruption.

The University President Prof. Dr. Ali Zeidan Abu Zuhri, VPs for Planning and Development Dr. Osama Salama, Administrative and Financial Affairs Mr. Faleh Abu Arra, Training and Community Services Dr. Nizam Diab, Assistant for IT Affairs Mr.  Bahjat Al-Aiaseh, Mr. Ghaleb Al-Hafi, Dean of the Faculty of Law Dr. Bashar Daraghmeh, Head of Public Law Department Hikmat Amarna, and Public Relations Manager Mr. Fathi E’mor, all welcome the Head of the Anti-Corruption Commission.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017
University President Prof. Dr. Ali Zeidan Abu Zuhri and Head of Anti-Corruption Commission Dr. Rafeq Al-Natsheh

Arab American University, Ramallah Campus, hosts specialized training course organized by the Anti-Corruption Commission for a number of academics specialized in teaching the courses; “Corruption Fighting: Challenges and Solutions” and “Corruption Crimes in Palestinian Legislation”. In presence of the University President Prof. Dr. Ali Zeidan Abu Zuhri and Head of Anti-Corruption Commission Dr. Rafeq Al-Natsheh.

The training targets group of academics from 13 Palestinian universities and colleges that signed MoU to teach those two courses with the Anti-Corruption Commission.

It aims to familiarize the participants with the course teaching mechanisms, relationship between the Anti-Corruption Commission and its partners from different sectors, review results of the Commission studies with the parties implementing it in different sectors and the parties to implement it in researches, too.

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