Anti-corruption Training Programmes in Central and Eastern Europe, Volume 772
Council of Europe Publ., 2005 - Business & Economics - 146 pages
The Octopus programme is a technical co-operation programme against corruption and organised crime initiated by the Council of Europe in 1996. This publication contains a number of papers which discuss training and education policies to strengthen efforts to combat corruption within public administration systems in central and eastern European countries, using case studies to consider experiences and best practice examples from the Czech Republic, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Russian Federation, Serbia and Ukraine.
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