Issues related to the activities of the Corruption Prevention Commission were discussed with the students of the Anticorruption School


On November 11, TIAC's 6th anti-corruption school has been launched. The age of the participants varies in the range of 20-33.

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.

On November 19, the lecture was conducted by Mariam Galstyan, a member of the Corruption Prevention Commission. She presented to the students of the Anticorruption School the status and structure of the Corruption Prevention Commission, spoke about the results recorded during the three-year activity of the Commission, the existing problems and challenges.