Education Charter International

New Appointments in International Council-new Governors and Commissioner appointed
05/31/2010, 6:33 am
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H.E Dr. Shanti P. Jayasekara , Ph.D., D.Sc., Grand PhD, the founding president of International University of Fundamental Studies has been nominated as International Governor and Ambassador At Large for Russian federation. He represents Russia in International council

Dr. Jenaro Rosemary Shepherd , the Ambassador of CCLP Worldwide in spain has been nominated as First Commissioner of CCLP Worldwide for Europe Region


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is for this humble teacher, belong to this organization as dignified and honorable.

Comment by Jenaro Romero Pastor. Prof. MS.c. DS.c. Ph.D



Higher education institutions must not only be effective but must seek and achieve efficiency. The effectiveness is to obtain the desired results, and efficiency is achieved when a desired result is obtained with minimal inputs (Chase and Aquilano, 1995). Efficiency is the achievement of the objectives if it is done with minimum cost (Montserrat et al, 1998). Efficiency refers to the optimal use of resources in favor of achieving the planned objectives (Evans et al, 1994). It is a concept whose origins go back to Robins (1932), specifically his economic definition, and whose central idea postulates the existence of a type of human activity suitable media, which are scarce and alternative use for multiple purposes hierarchy. If you move this conception of rationality to productive enterprise, means the use of scarce resources to produce goods and services.


Education is the process by Which a person Develops Their Capacities to deal Positively to a particular social environment and integrate it.

Government’s education policy:

These Policies, They Tend to save and Promote the values of decency, honesty, public service and the like from the initial Levels of formal and informal education Have undoubtedly an important and essential effect in the Fight against corruption. You CAN NOT fail to mention the vital role it plays in this process of public opinion, Especially Through the Journalists and the media. In this sense, should be Provided THROUGHOUT process to report Acts of corruption, adherence to journalistic ethics, Without Fear of criminal penalties That Could Be an instrument of Censorship highly inconvenient for the Public Interest.
It should Initiate a study with the Authorities of the Ministry of Education, Subjects in Which Those securities are Held for Purposes of Determining the philosophy, principles and strategies in the area of educational activity That Through posters, contests, message radio, television and press go These deeper on Levels I, II, III, IV cycle and university level. Is recommended to Develop a national campaign to Promote Our strength and value not just in the workplace But Also the family and society, with the participation of the Various churches and Religious Cults.
Also it intends to issue the Relevant rules from the Highest Levels to the effect That establishe ITS Each organization philosophy, mission and vision Turning Into account the values in order to create a key organization in the experience of These optimal projection on the Public Service.
Also be Achieved, Through training and learning Activities That the civil servants are Themselves Properly prepared, professional and technically, to detect and deal with new Allegations of Criminal Behavior That generate corruption.

Ethics and Public Service:

Our system is based on Political Legitimacy fundamental. This Legitimacy is fed every day When the people believe and you accept That the Government is interested and try to solve Their Problems and That in this task Properly use public resources, acting with Transparency and Objectivity in the Exercise of public function in for the common good . This leads us to speak, in the process of legitimation of the NECESSARY Existence of an Ethic of public service to guide the actions of the Government in seeking “the common good of the state as the ultimate goal.
The Lack of ethics in public service results in corruption of Officials and thereby discredits the Political system. Eradication of corruption must be from angles and Through Various Different actions. One is the promotion of societal values That underlie and guide public action. In this aspect, a civic education Clearly defined policy to transmit the message of ethics in public office at all Levels of Citizens, with full participation of Civil Society is a useful and effective.
Also it is NECESSARY Legislative Action to produce Bodies Of Laws That rules and allow control of the activity of the Public Administration and Properly Regulate the accountability of public Officials and the Procedural Safeguards of Citizens to require it.
The public values as the guide That loyalty, Efficiency, Accountability and Probity Duties and Responsibilities Arising consequential to the public server Such as the duty of Confidentiality, Objectivity and impartiality in the performance of Their Duties.
It is important to start from the premise That, says Horacio Verbitsky “… the new corruption is Not But The debate about it.” Corruption poses a Serious Threat Currently Functioning and Credibility in the Emerging Democracies in Latin America and Dangerously Undermine the Legitimacy of Those Allegedly bound systems. By INVOLVING Discriminatory access to the decision of a Governmental power structure, striking the heart of the system and makes the Citizens of the Benefits of the democratic structure.

Government Policies and actions in the Fight against corruption:

In short, an Appropriate public policy to combat the Phenomenon of corruption must take Into account inter alia the Following aspects:

a) preventive Policies That Tend to Diminish the incentives for public Officials adulterate the Exercise of Their Duties Interest in private and Individuals That May Behave Normally in the course of Their Activities wearing Without Their Time, Effort and resources to seek for Rulers.

b) Policy enforcement: despite the efforts That Can be done on preventing, the repressive activity WHERE Server to Discourage Inappropriate Behavior in this matter. Therefore, the revision of the Harmful Consequences Against Corrupt Behavior is an important instrument of public policy.

c) Educational policy: any program Aimed at Promoting and restoring the values of decency, honesty, public service and the like from the initial Levels of formal and informal, are undoubtedly important and basic effect on the Fight against corruption. You CAN NOT fail to mention the vital role it plays in this process of public opinion, Especially Through the Journalists and the media. In this sense, should be Provided THROUGHOUT process to report Acts of corruption, adherence to journalistic ethics, Without Fear of criminal penalties That Could Be an instrument of Censorship highly inconvenient for the Public Interest.

Corruption-Education Relationship:

Education is the larger force That Can be used to make a difference. Also It is the largest investment-a country can do for rapid Development of Their Economic, Political, social and human.
It is with this conviction That has Formulated a National Policy on Education for the country. This policy is Aimed at instilling awareness and national unity; Convey the right kind of values and Attitudes for the survival of the individual and global Society, together with the Exercise of the mind for understanding to the world around, and procurement of Appropriate Skills, and Abilities competence for the individual to live in and Contribute to the Development of Their Society.
As mentioned above, education is the crucial variable for Social Development will help to combat corruption. The Better Educate Society is, the lower tolerance ITS Towards the Phenomenon of corruption and, consequently, Their level Decr. This is Confirmed by the Perceived corruption index in 1996, prepared by Transparency International, According To Which a total of 54 Countries That included the study, the six country clubs with the Highest score on the entrepreneurial perception are: New Zealand with a rating of 9.43 out of 10, Denmark 9.33, Sweden with 9.08, Finland with 9.05, 8.96 8.87 Canada and Norway. At The Other End of the scale, with lower six Qualifications are: Nigeria Kenya 2.21 0.69 1 Pakistan and Bangladesh to 2.29, 2.43 and 2.46 Cameroon China
Here is a brief description of the Educational Systems of Several Countries with Low Levels of corruption and a Fairly high level of education:

Canada has a large selection of Universities and Colleges Located in Both urban and rural in all regions of the country. Its Universities are Internationally Known for the quality of teaching and research. Degrees from Canadian Universities are considered equivalent to U.S. Universities and Other Countries of the world community. Canadian Universities are largely Therefore Publicly Funded and are of a consistently high quality, Regardless of location or area of study. In Addition, all Retain a high degree of academic Autonomy.

Dinarmarca: Can Be Higher education university or college. Higher Education Institutions Can Be Divided into Universities, colleges, institutions of Higher Education and non-university Higher Education in the field of vocational training (technical and commercial). The University Offers training mid-cycle, long cycle and postgraduate education in traditional academic Subjects. Denmark has recently ADOPTED an Anglo-American structure with the introduction of the titles “Bachelor” and, “Ph.D.”. A university course is the written observations of a first cycle Leading to the award of Bachelor’s (bachelor), Followed by a two-year cycle culminating in the Kandidat degree (Masters level). After three years of Supervised post-graduate studies to Obtain the Ph.D. (Doctorate). The other university Higher Education Institutions offer education and training in areas Such as engineering, veterinary medicine, medicine, pharmacy, architecture, music, art and business. Higher Education Institutions Offering non-university short courses and resources in areas Such as Technical and trade, education, welfare and health. Specific schools to train the teachers of the Folkeskole. An Increasing number of college courses are Taught That Other Than in a Danish language (Mainly Español).

Finland: it has a denser network of institutes of Higher Education in Europe. In Finland, higher education college or university be dog. It is Provided by Universities and higher vocational schools. The Latter is Fully Developed sector. The college Comprise 20 Universities, Including 10 ten Multidisciplinary Specialized Institutions and Higher Institutions (schools of commerce and business, technology, art, etc). The structure of university degrees has changed in many races. Under the new system Was Introduced less Than A Diploma of Higher Education in Almost all studies. The Higher vocational schools are part of non-university Higher Education, and work Similarly to the Universities. Offer new types of degree, with a more commercial Than Marked university degrees. In Universities and higher vocational schools, the language of instruction is Finnish and / or Swedish, But all Universities and Colleges Numerous Taught courses.

Comment by Jenaro Romero Pastor. Prof. MS.c. DS.c. Ph.D

Dear Dr. Winod

e-mail: Avenida Boyacá No. 142 A -55 DINAE
Tabla 9. Docentes del programa No. Nombre del directivo o profesor Cargo Nivel máximo de formación Dedicación 1 Dr. Jorge Restrepo Fontalvo Director Dostorado Medio tiempo 2 Dra. Lizette Duque Cruz Catedrática Maestría Hora-cátedra 3 Dra. Patricia Coronado Catedrática Maestría Tiempo completo 4 Dr. Orlando Jiménez Catedrático Maestría Hora- cátedra 5 Dr. Nelson Pinilla Catedrático Doctorado Hora- cátedra 6 Dr. Jenaro Romero Pastor Catedrático Doctorado 7 Mauricio Martínez 8 Dr. Abelardo Rivera Llano 9 Dra. Ángela María Díaz Catedrático Maestría Hora- cátedra 10 Dra. Flor Alba Torres Catedrático Maestría Hora- cátedra 11 B.G. ® Fabio Arturo Londoño Cárdenas Catedrático Profesor de planta 12 General Miguel Antonio Gómez Padilla Catedrático Maestría Maestría Hora- cátedra 13 Manuel Salvador Grosso Catedrático Maestría Hora- cátedra 14 Guillermo Ferro Catedrático Maestría Hora- cátedra 15 Keneth Burbano Catedrático Maestría Hora- cátedra 16 17 18 19 20 Fuente: Facultad de Ciencias Jurídica
Mi regards

Prof. Jenaro Romero Pastor- MSc. Ds.C. Ph.D
Decano -Rector-Catedratico
Miembro: Federación de Cientificos Americanos FAS
CCLP Worwide-España

Comment by Jenaro Rosemary


The main goal of science should be to improve the quality of life of human beings as a fundamental objective human knowledge in the development of science for scientific and technological developments, from the theories of observation and through natural phenomena that allow new predictions of phenomena that can be tested experimentally.

Scientific research is that what applies to thinking. When it comes to getting new scientific knowledge in order to strength stands to be conquered with methods that ensure the guarantee of obtaining a truly testable by the scientific community.

This object of scientific knowledge, research, consists of the remains posed a set of epistemological problems in the field of research whose decision is sought.

However, the research activity is conducted efficiently through a series of elements that make the subject accessible to knowledge and whose wise choice and implementation will depend to a large extent the success of research work. Subject to these elements should specialize in the very nature of the specific problems been terminated by the investigator.

The objectives of the United Nations Charter for the XXI century, indicates that there must be some global goals for education for all in a global world.

In our mother earth, changes and thoughts on globalization and capital flows, market and economic conditions being certain European countries, and awakening to the development of emerging countries, with respect to the quality of life of citizens, not exactly, has improved the social, political and security

in nearby countries.

What has led to human areas has determined poses peaceful and social confrontation in certain countries by the inadequacy of democracy, security and quality of life accompanied by the addition if we look at one of the goals of science is to pursue quality of life of human beings, obviously, something went wrong, in harmony and relationship of science and human citizens at a rate too high, and that is becoming untenable for the system.

Jenaro Rosemary
CCLP Worldwide-Spain

Comment by Jenaro Rosemary

Police corruption in the U.S. and Latin America go back to colonial times and persists as a major problem in law enforcement agencies today. Corruption can range from tips, the least serious to most serious patterns related to police brutality, and in conjunction with organized crime on a global scale, coupled with political and financial corruption, today the level of corruption in an organization Police also varies. While some agencies may have only a few individual officers involved in corruption, corruption in other departments of the experience that is systematic and permeates the entire organization. In this review of opinion defines corruption and provides an overview of the types, levels and theories offered to explain corruption, both police and the types of corruption Potron statements, and is most necessary global agreements to combat this type of epidemic that pervades the world we live today. A review of strategies for internal and external control, as well as international law and conventions of the ministries of justice, interior, defense, international and global scale it is necessary and urgent as the main pattern in its sponsorship and enforcement to combat completely against this type of crime such as corruption must be complete, and agreed and approved by the respective parliaments around the world, and loaded into law by higher courts and constitutional, and monitored and with executive power and decision Nations united representation and advice.
Jenaro Rosemary
Global Compact UNO
CCLP Worldwide-Spain

Comment by Jenaro Rosemary


Economic and Financial Crime, a branch of conventional crime greater importance today, as it acts as the backbone that supports the whole network and complex world of crime, both common nationwide, as organized internationally. In a context of increasingly globalized world, it is essential to the fiscal analysis of the increasing number of transactions, be they national or international, that when generating crime involving more than one tax jurisdiction. Thus, such operations carried out by individuals or companies, not only fall under the tax sovereignty of each country but also from other states, so it will be necessary to resort to international tax rules. Its adequate knowledge and analysis will settle what shall be the taxation of such operations performed in a transnational environment.





Economic Law

Economic Criminal Law

Legal Perspective

Basics of Economic Crime

Historical Background


Circumstances Favoring

Crimes Against Property and Economic


The Spanish Constitution

Constitutional Economic Model

Legal arrangements Crime

Methods of Economic Crime

Economic Crime and Narcotics

Heritage Research




Integrity and Corruption

The Cost of Corruption

Global Corruption

Combating Corruption in the Council of Europe

The Paris Declaration

Corruption in the Era of Globalization

Public Works and Funding of Political Parties

Corruption and Information Systems

Anti-Mafia prosecutors (Spain)



Forms of Crime

Source of This Crime

Corporate Crime

Impact of Crime


Social reaction to these crimes

Historical Financial Scandals



Wash Features

Washing Process

Affects Laundering Financial System

Black or Dirty Money

Companies “Of Shore” and “Trust”

The FATF 40 Recommendations

Laundering in Spain

Private Banking

Prevent Money Laundering in Insurance

Prosecutors and Money Laundering

Electronic Money and Money

FATF – FATF and Money Laundering

Washing Different Ways

Prevention of Money

Laundering and Drug Trafficking

Laundering and Terrorism

International Examples

Police Operations




Serious Fraud

Counterfeiting Currency

Credit Cards

Credit Card Crimes


Fraud and Insurance Companies

Crime of Smuggling

Influence Peddling

Abuse and privileged information

Offenses Against Public Administration

Intellectual Property Crimes

Financing of Terrorism


Tax Fraud Fraud VAT


Crime Attorney

Tax Evasion

Fraud On Line

Black economy

Agricultural Tax Evasion

Foundations Fraud

Fraud Prevention Plan

External Coordination of Tax

Tax Police

Cooperation Between “Property” of Other Countries

International dislocation Tax Fraud


Fiscles havens

Spain and Tax Havens

Investments From Tax Haven

Law on Prevention of Money Laundering

Duties of Notaries and Registrars of Property

Fraudulent Behavior Causes

Penalty for Tax Fraud

Financial Crime and Tax Havens

Large Company Financial Instrumentation

Money Laundering of Illicit Origin

Gescartera and Tax Havens

List of Tax Havens and Transactions

International Fraud Prosecutor and Engineering

Gibraltar in the European Union

International Corruption

Other Weapons of Mass Destruction

Internet Gambling Regulation and Tax Legislation

Fluid Power Fraud and Other Similar

The Housing Bubble


Identity Theft “On Line”

Fighting Internet Crime

The Cado of Brazilian Hackers

Monitoring in EE. UU.

Criminal Protection of the Financial System

Prescription and Economic Crimes

Account Lockout Death

Prof. Jenaro Rosemary
Dr. in Security Sciences and Criminology of Criminal Justice

Comment by Jenaro Rosemary

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