The second series of trainings for representatives of civil society institutions and activists under the project “Civic Engagement in the Prevention of Corruption at the Local Level” takes place in the Bokonbaevo, Ton district. Training participants increase their knowledge on the prevention of corruption, become familiar with the methods of investigative journalism and fact-checking, as well as gain skills in identifying corruption risks and monitoring the implementation of anti-corruption measures.On the second day of the training, participants analyze corruption risks and even conduct a mini investigation into the issuance of a license for kaolin (white clay) mining in the Kun-Chygysh Aiyl Okmotu in the Ton district. According to the participants, this training helps them understand what corruption is and what mechanisms exist to prevent it. Especially noted the work with open dataThese activities were made possible thanks to support from the American people through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) under the “Ukuk Bulagy” Project of the East-West Management Institute (EWMI). The Central Asian Research Institute on Corruption and Money Laundering is responsible for the content of training sessions, which do not necessarily reflect the views of USAID, the U.S. government, or EWMI.