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Eurasian Academic
Anti-Corruption Network

The Network was created in order to unite the efforts of the international community in educational and research activities in the field of anti-corruption.

Experts

Varuzhan Hoktanyan

Varuzhan Hoktanyan

Varuzhan Hoktanyan has more than 20 years of experience in anti-corruption. Currently he works as Project Director of TIAC, and is responsible for managing the organization’s public procurement and election related projects, etc. Varuzhan  Hoktanyan is the key expert of public procurement and anti-corruption policy in TIAC.

e-mail: varuzh@transparency.am

Olena Shcherban

Olena Shcherban

Head of the Legal Department at the Anti-Corruption Action Center

Specializes in reviewing the public procurements as well as in effective, transparent, and legitimate use of public funds.

Email: olena.shcherban@antac.org.ua

Tamar Chkhitunidze

Tamar Chkhitunidze

Since July 2019, Tamar Chkhitunidze has been the member of the team of IDFI as the Research Coordinator of the project “Promoting Prosecutorial Independence through Monitoring and Engagement” (PrIME). Before that, Tamar was employed at the Analytical Department of the Ministry of Justice of Georgia, where prior to her appointment as a Senior Specialist, she worked as an intern. Until then, Tamar was doing internship at the Supreme Court of Georgia and US Embassy Tbilisi. During her studing within the Erasmus Mundus Exchange Program in Lithuania, she has completed an internship at the Embassy of Georgia to the Republic of Lithuania.

E-mail: t.chkhitunidze@idfi.ge

Experts

News

Civil society network on prention of corruption was created in the Kyrgyz Republic.

Civil society network on prention of corruption was created in the Kyrgyz Republic.

The EAACN is glad to share the column “The SBU’s Soviet approach to state secrets” by Oksana Nesterenko

The EAACN is glad to share the column “The SBU’s Soviet approach to state secrets” by Oksana Nesterenko

Membership in the United Nations Convention Against Corruption Coalition

Membership in the United Nations Convention Against Corruption Coalition

News

Library

Challenges of Whistleblowing in Georgia – Legislation and Practice

Challenges of Whistleblowing in Georgia – Legislation and Practice

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Working paper “Analysing contextual factors for anti-corruption activism in the regions of Ukraine”

Working paper “Analysing contextual factors for anti-corruption activism in the regions of Ukraine”

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Evaluation Report on Area of intervention 10.4: Increased Effectiveness in Combatting Corruption by Dedicated Capacities of Justice Sector

Evaluation Report on Area of intervention 10.4: Increased Effectiveness in Combatting Corruption by Dedicated Capacities of Justice Sector

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Library

Opportunities

A Historical Perspective on the Fight Against Systemic Corruption”: a Public Lecture by Prof. Matthew C. Stephenson (Harvard Law School)

A Historical Perspective on the Fight Against Systemic Corruption”: a Public Lecture by Prof. Matthew C. Stephenson (Harvard Law School)

OPEN BUDGET: IIEP-UNESCO Case Study on the Open School Platform in Donetsk oblast, Ukraine

OPEN BUDGET: IIEP-UNESCO Case Study on the Open School Platform in Donetsk oblast, Ukraine

Democracy in Action: Zero Corruption Conference

Democracy in Action: Zero Corruption Conference

Seminar “Towards Theory-Building: ‘Constructing Grounded Theory’ and Media Policy Ethnography Preeti Raghunath (Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication)”

Seminar “Towards Theory-Building: ‘Constructing Grounded Theory’ and Media Policy Ethnography Preeti Raghunath (Symbiosis Institute of Media and Communication)”

Discussion of the Palgrave Handbook of Comparative Economics

Discussion of the Palgrave Handbook of Comparative Economics

Opportunities

Podcasts

Episode 6 “Is it possible to fight corruption in wartime?”

Episode 6 “Is it possible to fight corruption in wartime?”

Episode 5 “Moldova: political leadership in tackling corruption”

Episode 5 “Moldova: political leadership in tackling corruption”

Episode 4 “Georgia: how to make anti-corruption reforms sustainable?”

Episode 4 “Georgia: how to make anti-corruption reforms sustainable?”

Podcasts

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