Training of Turkish inspectors on Assessing Corruption Risks and Developing Anti-corruption Policies

Strasbourg, France 11-13 March 2015
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An international training for 20 Inspectors from TYSAP project’s beneficiary institutions: Prime Ministry Inspection Board, Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Labor, Ministry of Food, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Transportation, Treasury Controllers Board and Sworn In Banking Auditors, took place in Strasbourg on 11-13 March 2015. 

CoE experts advised participants on risk assessment methodology, best practices, deriving policies from risk assessment, and prioritization and sequencing of policy measures. The training was followed by presentations on activities of the CoE bodies dealing with corruption and money laundering issues, such as GRECO and Moneyval. Following the training, a User’s Guide for Turkish Inspectors on Conducting Risk Assessment and Developing Anti-corruption Strategies will be prepared by a team of international and national experts.