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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

Ormonbekova Altynai

Ormonbekova Altynai

“Asia Investment Consulting” LLC

Financial director and Governing partner.

Expertize field – compliance, business intergrity.

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

Armen Khudaverdyan

Armen Khudaverdyan

Armen Khudaverdyan is specializing in public administration, including developing and implementing territorial administration, local government and public service reforms and anticorruption policy; drafting and introducing integrity systems; writing professional, operational and analytical reports; academic work and teaching, as well as excellent skills in project management and evaluation. Prior to joining TIAC, Armen was the Deputy Chairman of the Commission on Ethics of High-Ranking Officials of Armenia. He held senior positions in RA Government staff; RA Ministries of Territorial Administration and Economy; headed the Secretariat of the Reform Commission of the State Government System; coordinated the work of reform working groups; acted as an expert in a number of reputable international organizations’ public administration reform projects.

e-mail: armenk@transparency.am

Experts

News

The Network announces an open call for a study visit in Moldova 2022

The Network announces an open call for a study visit in Moldova 2022

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.

New opportunity to join Journalism Bootcamp from The Bakala Foundation

New opportunity to join Journalism Bootcamp from The Bakala Foundation

News

Library

Study on Political Clientelism in the Management of Public Funds

Study on Political Clientelism in the Management of Public Funds

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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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Paid Tutoring in Public Schools: Causes and Consequences

Paid Tutoring in Public Schools: Causes and Consequences

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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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