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The Anti-Corruption Research and Education Center (ACREC) of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy has organized a colloquium for a researcher of corruption.

On 24th , January,   The Anti-Corruption Research and Education Center (ACREC) of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy has organized a colloquium. The main purpose of colloquium was to discuss the research on “Assessment of the Anti-Corruption Strategy Implementation: Success and Challenges” that was made by a young researcher and analyst Anton Marchuk. The discussion was joined by the scientists and experts representing various branches of knowledge.
Drafting analytical paper in this way allows to have a broader look on the subject of research. The interdisciplinary approach to doing research provides for a better chance of applying a full spectrum of methodologies.

This colloquium is a part of the joint project by the ACREC and the Anti-Corruption Headquarters. This research shall be used to draft an analytical paper, while the results of the research shall be presented to the pool of experts in March-April this year.
ACREC expresses its deep gratitude to the expert reviews and recommendations on the further development of research made by the participants of the colloquium.
The colloquium was  attended by:
Mykola Havroniuk – Ukrainian lawyer/criminologist. Doctor of Law, Professor, Head of Scientific Development and Board Member of the Center for Political and Legal Reforms;
Oksana Nesterenko – Professor of the National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Cand. Sc. {Law},  Fulbright Graduate Student Exchange Program (Kennan Institute Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington);
Tetyana Kostyuchenko – Professor at the Sociology Department of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, one of the leading Ukrainian experts on the implementation of network analysis;
Marharyta Chabanna – candidate of political sciences, associate professor, professor of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy.
Tetyana Shevchuk – asset recovery expert from the Anti-Corruption Action Center.
Oksana Hus – Doctoral Student of the Institute for Development and Peace at the University of Duisburg-Essen (Universität Duisburg-Essen, Deutschland), Development Advisor to the Ukrainian Think Tanks Liaison Office in Brussels.