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  • Five ways to fight graft: Anti-Corruption School equips young activists with effective tools
    Apr 11, 2018

    Providing a great knowledge sharing platform for anti-corruption advocates, the Anti-Corruption School, for the 4th year in a row, presents practical lessons learned about pitfalls and successes in fighting this scourge and equips local corruption fighters with necessary instruments to accelerate the pace of change in Ukrainian cities. Organized jointly by UNDP, USAID’s SACCI and ENGAGE projects, and the International Renaissance Foundation, this year’s 4-day School brought together 37 active community leaders from 16 oblasts of Ukraine to help them get the fight against corruption off the ground.

  • Fighting corruption on the ground: UNDP supports local civic activists

    Under the framework of the UNDP-supported initiative "For integrity among officials and transparency of decisions in Odesa oblast", CVU’s Odesa team scrutinised information provided by 26 heads of rayon state administrations and 7 mayors in their e-declarations, and found out whether local officials applied correctly the existing procedures to manage conflicts of interest in decision-making. As a result of this monitoring, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) and the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) received reports of possible violations, while all rayon state administrations and city mayors got recommendations on taking extra measures to prevent conflicts of interest in decision-making.

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