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Good Governance and Corruption

The main aim of the course is to provide the student with a broad understanding of the concept of corruption, the sciences which study corruption, the public perception of corruption and its regulatory norms, and the connection between corruption and good governance and its underlying causes.

The course will cover issues, including the Concept of Corruption; Public Perception of Corruption; Regulations on Corruption in Georgian Legislation; Open Government Partnership (OGP) and other International Platforms; Gender and Corruption; E-government, Decentralization, and Accountability; Freedom of Information and Proactive Disclosure; Public Resources and the Notion of Public Good; Public Procurements; Corruption in the Mining Sector.

Currently, the training course is available to participants of the Certification Program in Fighting Corruption.