The Community Education Department is responsible for disseminating information and fostering public support against corruption through education and awareness programs as provided under the Anti-Corruption Act No. 3 of 2012. It is also responsible for cultivating and managing relationships with stakeholders and promoting the vision and corporate identity of the ACC. The principal functions of the Department are:
1. Disseminate information to the public and enlist their support against corruption through education and awareness programmes
2. Cultivate and coordinate relationships with Civil Society and Non Governmental Organizations involved in anti-corruption activities and civic advocacy.
3. Produce and provide systematic information on corruption and the ACC through information; education and campaign materials.
4. Coordinate ACC’s internal and external communication.
5. Conduct Press and Public Relations
6. Conduct audience research and analysis
The Commission conducts educational campaigns to the public or the community in various forms. These include: lectures, radio programmes, workshops, seminars, and public campaigns.
The ACC has the duty to mobilize and foster public support from civil society in the fight against corruption and works closely with the government, Civil Society and private institutions. The fight against corruption is not for the ACC alone but for everyone.