透明和反腐

Introduction to the study of corruption from a public ethics and legal perspective
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (6 ratings)
389 students
透明和反腐
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (6 ratings)
389 students
By the end of this course, you should be able to understand basic notions of public ethics and the law, as applied to the novel field of transparency and the fight against corruption. In particular, students are expected to acquire the theoretical tools necessary for demanding better transparency records from their governments.
By the end of the course the students will become familiar with some basic notions of public ethics, they will know the ethically reprehensible and legally punishable conducts, they will identify some areas vulnerable to corruption, they will learn about the main preventive, control and sanction measures against corruption and they will better understand the current situation in some Latin American countries.

Requirements

  • There are no requeriments, you only need an Internet conection. The transcripts and extra material files are in PDF format.

Description

This course aims at introducing students to the study of the fight against corruption and for transparency, from a citizen public ethics perspective as well as from a legal standpoint, including the study of the situation in some countries of Latin America.

This course is also available in Spanish, English and Arabic, search for Transparencia y Anti-Corrupción, Transparency and Anti-Corruption or الشفافية ومكافحة الفساد respectively.

The course comprises six units. In the first one some basic notions are reviewed, emphasizing the idea of citizenship. In the second unit we will study the norms of public ethics and of international law governing the fight against corruption and for transparency. In the third unit corruption will be related to some specific fields, such as its academic study, its presence in some industries and in the political activity.

The fourth unit depicts some international and Chilean organizations created to fight corruption from the State and civil society. The fifth unit deals with the main preventive, control and punitive measures against corruption. Finally, in the sixth unit the situation of some Latin American countries will be reviewed, including Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Peru and Venezuela.

The course consists of 32 lessons, each one lasting about 10 minutes, besides a quiz at the end of each lesson to reinforce contents. We estimate that completing the course (watching all the classes and answering all the quizzes) takes about 7 hours in total. The course is spoken in Spanish, but has subtitles and transcripts in Chinese and additional material in English. There is no time limit to complete it. 

We have experts from all America as visiting professors for some classes.

Since December 31, 2018, we will NOT deliver paid virtual certificates from the Universidad Diego Portales, even if it could say the opposite in the first and last video of the course. We apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.

Who this course is for:

  • Everyone interested in issues related to citizen public ethics.
  • You don't need any background or experience in the area to take the course

Course content

7 sections • 32 lectures • 6h 13m total length
  • The concept of Citizen
    12:30
  • The Concept of Citizen
    2 questions
  • The concept of Corruption
    13:10
  • The Concept of Corruption
    2 questions
  • The evolution of the subject of Anti-Corruption and Governance
    15:00
  • The evolution of the subject of Anti-Corruption and Governance
    2 questions
  • Societies of Trust
    11:40
  • Societies of Trust
    2 questions
  • Disciplinary Perspectives for the study of Corruption
    10:39
  • Disciplinary Perspectives for the study of Corruption
    2 questions

Instructors

Lawyer, Human Rights Professor
José Zalaquett
  • 4.5 Instructor Rating
  • 21,387 Reviews
  • 142,260 Students
  • 10 Courses

Head of the MOOC Chile Project. Lawyer, Universidad de Chile. Doctor Honoris Causa, by the Universities of Notre Dame and City University of New York. Professor, International Human Rights and International Law and the Use of Force, Universidad de Chile Law School. Former professor, Ethics and Government, Master's Program on Public Policy, Universidad de Chile. Visiting Professor, Harvard University, Toronto University, New York University, Maryland University, Notre Dame University and Interamerican Institute for Human Rights. Co-founder and former co-director, Human Rights Center, Universidad de Chile Law School (2002-2011). Commissioner, International Commission of Jurist.

Director, Legal Department of the Peace Cooperation Committee for Chile (1973-1976). Former President, Amnesty International Executive Committee (1979-1982). Commissioner, Chilean Truth and Reconciliation Commission (1990-1991). Former Commissioner and President, Interamerican Commission on Human Rights (2003-2004).

Juan Francisco Lobo
  • 4.5 Instructor Rating
  • 21,387 Reviews
  • 142,259 Students
  • 10 Courses

Lawyer, Universidad de Chile. Invited Professor, International Criminal Jurisdiction, University of Chile. Invited Professor, Public International Law and International Criminal Law, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez. Invited Professor, Legal Theory, Universidad Diego Portales.  Former academyc assistant, International Human Rights and International Law and the Use of Force, Universidad de Chile Law School.  

Abogado de la Universidad de Chile. Profesor Invitado, Jurisdicción Penal Internacional, Universidad de Chile. Profesor Invitado, Derecho Internacional Público y Derecho Penal Internacional, Universidad Adolfo Ibáñez. Profesor Invitado, Teoría del Derecho, Universidad Diego Portales. Ex ayudante, Derecho Internacional de los Derechos Humanos y Derecho Internacional y Uso de la Fuerza, Facultad de Derecho, Universidad de Chile.