Transparency International Secretariat, the Ukrainian chapter of the global anti–corruption movement Transparency International and School of Public Management of Ukrainian Catholic University are happy to announce admission to Global Crash Course on Anti–Corruption Studies, which will take place on September 7-8 in Lviv.
How to understand types of corruption and measure it, define its reasons and assess its consequences, what there is to know about the role of civil society in advocacy and monitoring of anti-corruption reforms – these are the subjects that the students will learn in the course. Trainers from Georgia, Romania, Mexico and Germany will speak about successes and failures of anti-corruption reforms in their respective countries. All of this will help course participants to come up with recommendations for the existing anti-corruption strategy and define what part of work of Ukrainian anti-corruption agencies is effective with regard to international practices.
How to participate: students (master and doctoral), activists and journalist from any region of Ukraine are eligible. To participate in the competition, prepare a short biography and a letter of motivation (1 page). Fill out the registration form at http://bit.ly/anticorcourse. Submission deadline: 29 July 2018.
Travel, accommodation and food for the participants are covered by event organizers.
Event language: English (no translation provided).
Global Crash Course on Anti-Corruption Studies is produced with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of Transparency International Ukraine and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union.