Programmatic Cooperation Frameword for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Republic of Moldova, Ukraine and Belarus logoThis project is part of the overall CoE/EU Partnership for Good Governance (PGG) Programme “Fight against corruption and fostering good governance/ Fight against money-laundering” assistance facility to the Eastern Partnership countries. It is one of the National Components primarily focused on strengthening efforts aimed at preventing and fighting corruption. 

The overall objective of the PGG-BE project is to contribute to democracy and the rule of law through strengthening of good governance and anti-corruption mechanisms. Accordingly, the PGG-BE aims at strengthening institutional capacities to prevent and counter corruption in Belarus, in accordance with applicable European standards.

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Guide on General and Sectoral Corruption Risk Assessments

11 November 2017 Strasbourg, France

The Council of Europe provided the national authorities in Belarus with a Guide on General and Sectoral Corruption Risk Assessments. The Guide addresses methodological issues underlying risk assessments in public sector institutions and on how to design a risk assessment. The guide is also...

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Workshop on National Mechanisms to Assess and Manage Money Laundering and Terrorism Financing Risks

14 – 15 November 2016 Minsk, Belarus

A two-day workshop dedicated to good practices in assessing and managing money laundering and terrorist financing risks took place on 14-15 November 2016, in Minsk, Belarus. Twenty seven representatives of Belarusian anti-money laundering/counter terrorist financing agencies attended the...

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Corruption Risk Assessment Methodology Workshop

28 September 2016 Minsk, Belarus

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...

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