Training on "Basic anti-corruption and anti-money laundering concepts" in Sarajevo

Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina 5-8 April 2016
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Over 30 representatives of public administration, law enforcement and judiciary bodies, and non-governmental organisations took part in the training on "Basic anti-corruption and anti-money laundering concepts" organised by the Council of Europe and the Ministry of Security of Bosnia-Herzegovina on 5-8 of April 2016. Local 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 Bosnia-Herzegovina through the lenses of GRECO and MONEYVAL reports and public authorities’ and civil society action. The participants are expected to apply new concepts at workplace and act as multipliers vis-à-vis their colleagues and professional counterparts.