RAI Secretariat organized last in a row of Training for Higher Education and Public Enterprises Corruption Proofing of Legislation (CPL) on October 19th in Pristina.
Training gathered representatives of the Ministry of Justice, Anti-Corruption Agency and Law Institute.
The first session was introductory where participants were discussing the term “corruption proofing of legislation” and different paths in applying this mechanism in practice. During this session, participants had the opportunity to get better acquainted with the newly-developed CPL Guidance with Checklists for two sectors.
Last session was oriented towards applying the aforementioned guidance in concrete examples, where participants supported by experts were engaged in the risk identification and mitigation measures in the existing local laws and procedures. Presentations and practical exercises opened the way to a very fruitful discussion and experience sharing! The delivery of this training tend to be at a right time for Anti-Corruption Agency, since they are currently at the process of establishing department for corruption proofing of legislation.
Training provided an innovative method for participants in their everyday issues when dealing with corruption and drafting the new laws.
CPL training in Pristina was the last in a series of training that the RAI Secretariat organized this year, as part of the project Southeast Europe – Together Against Corruption (SEE-TAC), jointly implemented by RAI and UNODC – United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime – Civil Society Unit and funded by Austrian Development Cooperation.