Corruption Risk Assessment Methodology Workshop
28 September 2016)
Some 30 representatives from various ministries and other state bodies such as, Prosecutor General’s office, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Health, State border Control Committee, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Transport and Communication, benefited from the training on Corruption Risk Assessment methodology. The training addressed some of the following issues: how to conduct a corruption risk assessment, what are the possible risk factors and suggested solutions and methods to identify such risk factors and evaluation strategy. The training was conducted by two Council of Europe consultants who presented the trainees with various methodologies and tools, as well as provided practical examples of how these methodologies and tools are used in other countries for the identification of corruption risks.
Training on corporate criminal liability for Belarusian prosecutors and investigators
(Minsk, Belarus, 17-18 May 2016)
Within the framework of the Joint CoE/EU PCF Project for Belarus “Good Governance and Fight against Corruption”, the Council of Europe organised a two-day training on “Liability of
Legal Entities” for prosecutors and investigators from Belarus on 17-18 May 2016 in Minsk. In the course of the training participants considered different approaches to regulating
corporate liability and good strategies and tools for investigation and prosecution of companies involved in economic malfeasances. The training programme included lectures,
discussions and practical exercises.