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Council of Europe Anti-corruption activities in the Russian Federation


2016

Council of Europe Training on “Basic Anti-corruption and Anti-money laundering concepts”
(Moscow, Russia, 24-28 October 2016)

The seminar on “Basic Anti-corruption and Anti-money laundering Concepts”, organised jointly by the Council of Europe and the European Studies Institute of the Moscow State University of International Relations (MGIMO), was held on 24-28 October 2016, in Moscow, Russia. The training was successfully completed by 144 Russian civil servants, from professional backgrounds including public administration, law enforcement and judiciary bodies, academia and business, and the State Duma.
Following successful annual training sessions held since 2012, the training programme has been expanded to include anti-money laundering and asset recovery issues, as well as other specialised topics including match fixing, integrity and corruption in sports.

Agenda English / Russian
Training Manual in Russian


2015

Training on "Basic anti-corruption and anti-money laundering concepts" at MGIMO
(Moscow, Russian Federation, 26-30 October 2015)

Over a hundred civil servants, representing public administration, law enforcement and judiciary bodies, academia and business, took part in this training on 26-30 October 2015, in Moscow. The seminar was organized for the fifth time, jointly, by the Council of Europe and the European Studies Institute of the Moscow State University of International Relations (MGIMO). Russian and foreign experts advised the audience on anti-corruption and anti-money laundering standards, measuring and monitoring mechanisms, ethical values and principles in the public service, best practices and international success stories. Particular attention was paid to the discussion of the situation in the Russian Federation through the lenses of corruption risks analysis, public authorities’ and civil society action, business Ombudsman experience etc. The participants are expected to apply new concepts at workplace and act as multipliers vis-ŕ-vis their colleagues and professional counterparts.

Agenda English / Russian
Training Manual in Russian
Training Programme in English
Photo Gallery


2014

Training on "Basic Anti-corruption Concepts" at  MGIMO
(Moscow, Russian Federation, 17-21 November 2014)

Some 90 representatives of line ministries, courts, and other state bodies attended the seminar on “Basic Anti-corruption Concepts” which took place on 17-21 November 2014 in Moscow. The seminar was organised jointly by the Council of Europe and the Moscow Institute of International Relations (MGIMO). Russian and foreign experts advised the audience on anti-corruption standards, measuring and monitoring mechanisms, ethical values and principles in the public service, best practices and international success stories. Particular attention was given to the discussion of the situation in the Russian Federation through the lenses of corruption risks analysis, civil society action, business Ombudsman experience etc. The participants are expected to apply new concepts at workplace and act as multipliers vis-ŕ-vis their colleagues and professional counterparts.

Agenda
Training Manual (updated) in Russian


2013

Training on "Basic Anti-corruption Concepts" at MGIMO
(Moscow, Russian Federation, 14-18 October 2013)

Some 90 representatives of a variety of line ministries, courts, law firms, and the Moscow city administration attended the seminar on “Basic Anti-corruption Concepts” which took place on 14-18 October 2013 in Moscow. The seminar was organised jointly by the Council of Europe and the Moscow Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) and was co-funded by the City of Moscow government. Council of Europe experts advised the audience on anti-corruption standards, measuring and monitoring mechanisms, ethical values and principles in the public service, best practices and international success stories. The participants are expected to apply new concepts at workplace and act as multipliers vis-ŕ-vis their colleagues and professional counterparts.

Agenda


Training on "Basic Anti-corruption Concepts" at MGIMO
(Moscow, Russian Federation, 20 -24 May 2013)

Some 90 representatives of line ministries and Moscow City administration attended the seminar on “Basic Anti-corruption Concepts” which took place on 20-24 May 2013 in Moscow. The seminar was organised jointly by the Council of Europe and the Moscow Institute of International Relations (MGIMO) and was co-funded by the City of Moscow government. Council of Europe experts advised the audience on anti-corruption standards, measuring and monitoring mechanisms, ethical values and principles in the public service, best practices and international success stories. The participants are expected to apply new concepts at workplace and act as multipliers vis-ŕ-vis their colleagues and professional counterparts.

Agenda
Training Manual in Russian


2012

Training on "Basic Anti-corruption Concepts" at MGIMO
(Moscow, Russian Federation, 14-18 May 2012)

Some 140 representatives of federal ministries, local administration, Courts, law-enforcement agencies and private law firms from 37 Russian regions attended the first seminar on “Basic Anti-corruption Concepts” which took place on 14-18 May 2012 in Moscow. The seminar was organised jointly by the Council of Europe and the Moscow Institute of International Relations (MGIMO). Council of Europe experts advised the audience on anti-corruption standards, measuring and monitoring mechanisms, ethical values and principles in the public service, best practices and international success stories. The participants are expected to apply new concepts at workplace and act as multipliers vis-ŕ-vis their colleagues and professional counterparts.

Agenda


2011

Chechen Republic  

Workshop "Good Practices for Prevention of Corruption in Public Administration and Tools for Strengthening the Law Enforcement Agencies"
(Moscow, Russian Federation, 5-6 October 2011)

A workshop 'Good Practices for Prevention of Corruption in Public Administration and Tools for Strengthening the Law Enforcement Agencies' took place in Moscow, Russian Federation, on 5 and 6 October 2011. The workshop was organised under 2011 Programme of Co-operation between the Council of Europe and the Russian Federation for the Chechen Republic. It brought together the Council of Europe representatives and experts and the law enforcement agents, representatives of the federal and local administrative entities and NGOs from the Chechen Republic. The aim of the workshop was to raise awareness on relevant international standards and practices in preventing and combating economic crime.

Agenda
Presentation of Mr David Ondráčka, Council of Europe expert;
Presentations of Mr Simon Goddard, Council of Europe expert;
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