Training “Civic Engagement in Preventing Corruption at the Grassroots”


In Bishkek, the first series of trainings on “Civic Engagement in Preventing Corruption at the Grassroots”, organized by the Central Asian Research Institute on Corruption and Money Laundering under the framework of USAID project “Ukuk Bulagy”, carried out by the East-West Management Institute (EWMI), ended. The first series of trainings was held on “Civic Activism, Leadership and Effective Cooperation at the Grassroots”, where participants discussed key rule of law principles, mechanisms of transparency and accountability of government agencies, development of critical thinking and civic activism. Trainings will continue in Ton and Nookat districts of the country. Follow our page to stay informed.