Support to the Anti-corruption strategy of Georgia (GEPAC)
GEPAC Project aimed at strengthening Georgian institutions' capacities in their anti-corruption efforts through the implementation of the Anti-corruption Strategy and Action Plan. Funded by a 700.000 € voluntary contribution of the Ministry for Development Co-operation of the Netherlands, GEPAC promoted technical co-operation among different law-enforcement and prevention services.
The project focused on five main areas:
- strengthening capacities of the anti-corruption policy institutions;
- co-ordinating and monitoring the implementation of the Anti-corruption plan;
- elaborating and improving primary and secondary legislation concerning criminalisation and prevention of corruption;
- strengthening the capacities of the Prosecution to investigate and prosecute high-level corruption;
- introducing pilot activities to enhance the integrity and institutional capacities as tools for prevention of corruption.
GEPAC Project was funded by a voluntary contribution of the Ministry for Development co-operation of the Netherlands
The GEPAC Project’s closing conference took place at the Marriott Hotel in Tbilisi on 26 March 2010. Mr Vakhtang Lejava, Chief Advisor to the Prime Minister of Georgia, Mr Heino van Houwelingen, Counsellor /DHM, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Ms Ardita Abdiu, Head of Corruption and...
Workshop on Indicators and Reporting Tools for Monitoring the Implementation of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy of Georgia (24 February 2010, Tbilisi)
On 24 February 2010, a workshop on Indicators and Reporting Tools for Monitoring the Implementation of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy of Georgia was conducted. During the workshop, the Project’s short-term adviser, Ms. Marijana Trivunovic made a presentation on the aforementioned subject...
Within the framework of the GEPAC project, the Council of Europe, in cooperation with the Federal Bureau of Anti-Corruption (BAK) of Federal Ministry of the Interior of Austria, and with the Government of Georgia, organised a curriculum development workshop for a specialised anti-corruption...