Kosovo AMSCA Support

Kosovo AMSCA Support

Stream House has just started (Dec 2014) providing expertise to an EU-funded project in Kosovo, supporting the local Agency for Management of Sequestrated and Confiscated Assets (AMSCA). The existing project has been extended to include mentoring activities to all prosecutors in Kosovo on how to use Kosovo’s confiscation laws and to develop practices and procedures to…

Read More

Corruption, Conflict and Cities in East and West Africa

Corruption, Conflict and Cities in East and West Africa

As senior lecturer at the Institute of Social Anthropology and Centre of African Studies Basel, Lucy Koechlin has led and coordinated various research projects on the state and social transformation in African societies. The most recent project involves an interdisciplinary team of doctoral and post-doctoral scholars under the lead of Prof. Till Förster, Chair of…

Read More

Income and Asset Declaration Systems

Income and Asset Declaration Systems

Hari Mulukutla jointly delivered a training program developed by the World Bank Public Sector Group tailor made for the CCB on Income and Asset Disclosure (IAD) systems. The training was organized by the UNODC office in Abuja and financial support for the training was provided through the World Bank, including through a GPF trust fund supporting development…

Read More

Nigeria – Train the Trainers Program

Nigeria – Train the Trainers Program

Corruption Casework Instructor’s Guide Tom Lasich designed and created a 7-phase train the trainer program for the “Corruption Casework” project for the Nigerian judiciary. The main topics included were anti-money laundering, corruption investigations, mutual legal assistance and trial preparation. Delivered 4 phases of the program in Abuja and Port Harcourt Authored a 100+ page manual…

Read More

Law Enforcement Training – Burundi

Law Enforcement Training – Burundi

The training program was designed as a simulated case tailored for the Burundi context involving a gold smuggling route originating from DRC across the Burundi border. A fictitious newspaper article about the arrest and detention of a motorbike courier smuggling gold bars across the border starts off the case resulting in several whistleblower reports about the alleged…

Read More

Law Enforcement Training – DRC

Law Enforcement Training – DRC

Tom Lasich and colleagues designed a simulated case training program delivered for law enforcement authorities of the DRC. The case scenario had to be realistic and in accordance with the political sensitivities of the region. Visiting officials from Kenya, Rwanda and Uganda joined the approximately 35 enforcement officials including investigators, prosecutors, Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) representatives and…

Read More

ICHA 2012

ICHA 2012

Jack Smith, Thomas Lasich and Hari Mulukutla delivered a two-day workshop called “Operational Skills for International Corruption Hunters – International Corruption Investigations” under the auspices of second biennial meeting of the International Corruption Hunters Alliance at the World Bank in Washington, D.C. on June 7-8, 2012. The workshop included a simulated case exercise covering subjects…

Read More