Item description for Ant-corruption Training Programmes in Central And Eastern Europe by Bryane Michael...
The Octopus programme is a technical co-operation programme against corruption and organised crime, initiated by the Council of Europe in 1996. This publication contains a number of papers, which discuss training and education policies to strengthen efforts to combat corruption within public administration systems in central and eastern European countries, using case studies to consider experiences and best practice examples from the Czech Republic, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Russian Federation, Serbia, and Ukraine.
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Studio: Council of Europe
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.3" Width: 6.1" Height: 0.4" Weight: 0.5 lbs.
Release Date Sep 30, 2005
Publisher Council of Europe
ISBN 9287155046 ISBN13 9789287155047
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Toward a Second Wave of Anti-Corruption: Training Mar 7, 2006
For the past 15 years or so, the international donors like the World Bank and the United Nations, have been financing programmes to fight corruption. These programmes -- in a large part -- have been focused on cheerleading. Workshops, conferences, and even rock-concerts have been the way that these donors have thought it fit to fight corruption.
Recently, a reaction to this "first wave" of anti-corruption work has focused on real work; teaching public sector auditors how to find the bribes, teaching investigators how to legally collect evidence, and showing businessmen how to get more money through working on anti-corruption than paying bribes.
This book shows the nexus of training programmes undertaken by Central and Eastern European countries. The concept of the NACTP (the National Anti-Corruption Training Programme) is elaborated as the deliberate strategy chosen to train 13 different parts of government and civil society.
The book is a vade mecum for anyone tired of corruption and seeking to know how to fight it.