The All-Ukrainian Anti-Corruption Moot Court (VAM) received an honorable mention from the independent multidisciplinary organization World Justice Project. VAM project was nominated in the Anti-corruption and Open Government category and selected out of 305 applications from 188 countries for its innovative approach and impact on solving a pressing rule of law challenge and the fight against corruption.
A successful anti-corruption process involves a two-sided approach: public authorities must perform their duties conscientiously, and society must be transparent and fair.
The All-Ukrainian Anti-Corruption Moot Court brought together experts and fans of criminal law and procedure from all over Ukraine. The participants learned how anti-corruption bodies work, joined an investigation into top-level graft as well as the daily fight of NABU Detectives and SAPO Prosecutors against corruption.
50 law students from all over Ukraine will soon join the NABU Anti-Corruption School 2021. Applications will be accepted until July 16, 2021.
Integrity learning is an important step in the fight against corruption. It was the main topic of discussion of the employees of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine with pupils and students on the first day of the new school year.
A year ago, on March 6, 2017, in Rivne, a large anti-corruption program started at the Stepan Demianchuk International University of Economics and Humanities. That day the first meeting with students within the framework of the Students Against Corruption raising awareness campaign was held.