New MA course in CSR to prevent corruption

The Danish Shipowners' Association and the Danish Maritime Authority will work with the IMO University in Malmo to establish an MA course in CSR, which will, in particular, aid the fight against corruption.

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A new project will strengthen maritime governance and CSR policies in the shipping industry and, especially, in relation to authority figures and officials in developing countries. The Danish Shipowners' Association (DSA) and the Danish Maritime Authority will collaborate with the World Maritime University (WMU) in Malmo to develop an MA course with the focus mentioned above.

"The aim is the development of a core model course for all WMU Master level specializations and to extend it to outreach activities as a Professional Development Course and seminars adapted to special circumstances in specific international locations," says Björn Kjerfve, Principal of WMU, in a press release.

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