FPDL Romania in collaboration with UNDP Istanbul Regional Hub will organise ACT – Anti-Corruption Training in the framework of a project financed by the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The training aims to develop anti-corruption knowledge and skills in order to facilitate changes in municipalities, using innovative and practical anti-corruption methodology, participatory strategic planning and organizational development tools.
The training will provide participants with the knowledge and skills necessary to:
- Support public leaders and managers;
- Treat and prevent corruption;
- Increase the efficiency, transparency and accountability of local governments.
The Call for Applications is open for anti-corruption practitioners from Georgia, Republic of Moldova and Ukraine. The initial training will commence in September 2015 and continue through April 2016, with an additional one week of face-to-face skills trainings set to take place in Istanbul in May.
The deadline for submitting applications is 4 September 2015.
More details on the application procedure and requirements are available here.