On International Anti-Corruption Day, our Institute presented the results of its “Gender and Corruption” research. The survey, which raises the important question of what exactly is the difference in the influence of corruption on women and men, is being conducted for the first time in Kyrgyzstan. You will soon be able to learn more about the results of the study on our website https://ca-anticorruption.com/.After the presentation of the research, guests took part in an intellectual game of QUIZ dedicated to the International Day against Corruption, the International Day of Human Rights, as well as the campaign “16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence”. Ten teams vied for the title of the most erudite on these issues. One team was not inferior to the other, but as a result, the teams had to share the prizes. Third place went to “Themis Squad”, second place to “Besh Tentek”, and the winner of the intellectual game was the team “EDAM”. This event is designed to emphasize the important role of young people in fighting corruption, promoting the rule of law and protecting the rights of the weaker sex. We believe that the Yuth will be the key to the development and creation of our country. We express our gratitude to the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Kyrgyz Republic, as well as to the USAID project “Ukuk Bulagy” and the “East-West Management Institute” for providing technical support in organizing and conducting this event.