Corruption Risk Assessment
Technical assistance in corruption risk assessment means tackling the material essence of integrity plans ideally developed for all public institutions in order to minimize the possibility for corruption emerging from public institutions’ performance. The project will provide training for Corruption Risk Assessment in accordance with existing regional methodology to enable government officials and appropriate governmental bodies to move away from discretion decision making to rule-based political and administrative decision making. The Technical assistance also provides an IT tool based on the agreed Corruption Risk Assessment Methodology.
Updated 18 July 2016:
Regional Anti-corruption Initiative (RAI), in cooperation with UNODC is implementing a Regional Programme titled „Southeast Europe Regional Programme on Strengthening the Capacity of Anti-corruption Authorities and Civil Society to Combat Corruption and Contribute to the UNCAC Review Process“, funded by the Austrian Development Agency. The Programme aims at building and strengthening the capacity of governments and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) from SEE to prevent and fight corruption within the target countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo*, Moldova, Montenegro, Republic of Macedonia, Serbia, which have been identified as priority countries in the Southeast European region.Country report on Corruption Risk Assessment for Republic of Macedonia, which aims at increasing the level of integrity by identifying the risk factors that may facilitate a corruption case, as well as by developing and implementing measures for mitigation or elimination of those factors and risks.
By the end of 2018, it is expected that at least three beneficiary countries will have introduced/ strengthened their corruption risk assessment. This is one 6 outcomes of the Programme.
So far the Programme has produced one Country Corruption Risk Assessment Report: RAI Report – Setting up CRA framework in Macedonia
For more information about the Regional Programme and/or corruption risk assessment please contact RAI Secretariat.