The Anti-Corruption Research and Education Centre (ACREC) sincerely congratulates the representatives of the national hubs of the Eurasian Academic Anti-Corruption Network on the opening and start of training in the first educational programs in the field of anti-corruption in Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, and Kyrgyzstan!
In order to strengthen the competencies of teachers and experts of national hubs, ACREC initiated and successfully conducted a comprehensive training for trainers of anti-corruption courses. As part of the five-day training, participants had the opportunity to listen to interactive lectures on methods and tools for researching and teaching anti-corruption, writing and teaching case studies in the field of anti-corruption, and effective methods and tactics of conducting anti-corruption courses online. In turn, the interactive lectures were accompanied by practical workshops, which allowed teachers to test their knowledge in practice and share experiences with colleagues from other hubs.
We want to thank to external and invited ACREC experts Max Bader, Richard Messik, and Inna Kube for the excellent training!
You can read more about the educational programs of national hubs at the following links:
Armenia – https://cutt.ly/TfCr4ID
Georgia – https://cutt.ly/WfZJiyT
Moldova – https://cutt.ly/pfCtDF8
Kyrgyzstan – https://cutt.ly/afZJtnw
We want to remind you that the Eurasian Academic Anti-Corruption Network was established as a result of an international conference entitled “Model for the Region”, which was held in January 2019 at the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy. The event brought together representatives of the anti-corruption community based on the most powerful universities and CSOs in Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, and Kyrgyzstan. As a result of the conference, it was agreed to create a Resolution on Cooperation of National Hubs and to form a Roadmap for the implementation of educational programs in the field of anti-corruption in Armenia, Georgia, Moldova, and Kyrgyzstan.
Currently, the Eurasian Academic Anti-Corruption Network is a network for the development of anti-corruption academic training programs in the post-Soviet countries, which provides ongoing cooperation and support to key stakeholders and universities in the region in implementing anti-corruption education programs.
In this context, ACREC acts as a central hub for networking CSOs and universities in the region to develop anti-corruption curricula.