The translations were carried out by the public authorities of Georgia and Hungary, highlighting their commitment to combating education fraud and ensuring the accessibility of essential resources to their citizens.
Education fraud, encompassing a range of deceptive practices that undermine the integrity of educational systems, is a pressing concern globally. The Recommendation CM/Rec(2022)18 presents a comprehensive set of guidelines and strategies for member States to effectively address this issue. By making the translated versions available, Georgia and Hungary empower their educational communities to implement measures that protect against fraudulent activities and uphold the value of education. The Council of Europe acknowledges the commitment of these member States and recommends that the Recommendation is widely disseminated.