Anti-corruption assessment methodology kick-off meetings within the EU Twinning program
This week CPC held, with the support of German experts as part of the EU twinning project “Fostering integrity and preventing corruption in the public sector in Armenia”, kick-off meetings and workshops with three state-owned private organizations (Hayantar SNCO, Kindergarten 119, ANIF – Armenian National Interests Fund) with the aim of to carry out corruption risk analyses.
Meeting with community officials and civil society representatives on conflict of interest and code of conduct for public servants
On November 23, a member of the Corruption Prevention Commission, Lilit Aleksanyan, held a cognitive working discussion with representatives of local self-government bodies and organizations representing civil society at Ararat InfoTun.
Issues related to the activities of the Corruption Prevention Commission were discussed with the students of the Anticorruption School
During the training course, participants will thoroughly study about corruption, its causes and types, corruption risks in political, economic, social areas and their consequences, anti-corruption methods and other topics.
Students and educators of Berd State Multifunctional College visited the Corruption Prevention Commission
The Corruption Prevention Commission greatly emphasizes the importance of the preventive component in the fight against corruption in our country and public solidarity and cooperation in this regard. For this purpose, the Commission organizes informative meetings with various groups.
The regular awareness meeting of the tools aimed at the prevention of corruption took place in Vayots Dzor Province of RA
The participants of the meeting were presented with the toolkits created in our country in recent years aimed at the accountability and transparency of public office holders, and the opportunities to use them.
Public opinion on corruption in Armenia. The results of the study among 1520 people
The research aims to reveal the perception of corruption among RA residents. For comparison, in some cases, the results of similar surveys conducted in 2019, 2008-2010 have been taken into account.
Two-day working discussion in Shirak Province
Within the framework of public awareness meetings called "Anti-corruption policy and integrity", the representatives of the Corruption Prevention Commission, RA Ministry of Justice and USAID Armenia Integrity Project were in Shirak on a two-day visit․
By the decision of the Corruption Prevention Commission, a risk criterion for the analysis of declarations was defined. declarations of 95 officials will be verified
According to paragraph 2 of the Commission's decision, it is planned to analyze the 2021 annual declarations of the public office holders and their family members included in the list, as well as the 2022 declarations of assuming and terminating official duties.
A group of students of National Polytechnic University of Armenia was presented the main tools for preventing corruption in our country
At the beginning of the meeting, the students gave their descriptions of the "corruption" phenomenon, presented their perceptions of the importance of fighting corruption, and what is needed to prevent corruption.
Declaring large amounts of cash and transactions with them are risky. Aramais Pashinyan's interview with Mediahub.am
When a person has cash, cash movements - acquisition of property, alienation or granting of loans - if they are not declared, they are uncontrolled from the point of view of the Commission, in contrast to cashless, where transactions through bank movements are controlled," said the member of the Corruption Prevention Commission.
The toolkit for preventing corruption and fighting against corruption. two-day working discussion in Tavush
On October 26, educators and parents of students from educational institutions implementing general education, vocational (vocational) and secondary vocational educational programs of Ijevan participated at the meeting in Ijevan.
Issues related to integrity and conflict of interest were discussed with public officials in Armavir
The second course for community and civil servants was organized under the initiative of the Commission and the Eurasian Cooperation Foundation within the framework of the "Support to Civil Society for Impact on Reforms" program with the support of the Sweden government.