Anti-corruption trainig programs in center and eastern Europe
AbstractDrawing upon the work of the NISPAcee Working Group on Preventing Corruption in Public Administration, this book reviews the current state of anti-corruption training and education in Central and Eastern Europe. Original data and analysis from anti-corruption trainers and policymakers from over 7 countries in the region -- Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Russian Federation, Serbia, Ukraine, and others -- is assembled into the compilation. Each country analysis reviews anti- corruption legislation, existing training programmes, and provides detailed case studies from the country. Specific curricula are discussed as are options for countries wishing in adopting best practice from the region. A final chapter will discuss the lessons learned and address wider topics in the formation of anti-corruption training systems in Central and Eastern Europe.
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Length: 105 pages
Date of creation: 16 Mar 2005
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anti corruption training; corruption prevention; public administration;
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