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Developing codes of ethics – workshops for representatives of local universities in Armenia

Yerevan, Armenia 5-6 and 10-11/05/2017
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Developing codes of ethics – workshops for representatives of local universities in Armenia
Management and academic staff from 10 Higher Education Institutions of Armenia participated in two workshops on developing Codes of Ethics for Higher Education Institutions that took place on 5-6 May and 10-11 May. The two workshops organised in the framework of the project “Strengthening Integrity and Combatting Corruption in Higher Education in Armenia” aimed to acquaint the participants with the model Codes of Ethics for students, academic staff and management of the Higher Education Institutions in Armenia that was developed in the context of the project.
Practical exercises provided hands-on experience on the development of Codes of Ethics. Issues such as integrity related-principles and notions, solutions and mechanisms regulating corruption, bribery and integrity in Higher Education Institutions were discussed.
The participants are members of the working groups in their respective Higher Education Institutions that will develop or review the Codes of Ethics in their institutions.
The project “Strengthening Integrity and Combatting Corruption in Higher Education in Armenia” is implemented under the European Union/Council of Europe Programme “Partnership for Good Governance”.

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