qAID introduced at the conference “Combating corruption between prevention and transparency,”

The qAID project was introduced at the conference “Combating corruption between prevention and transparency,” which took place on March 22, 2024, at the Aula Magna of the Department of Legal Sciences in Verona. This significant event was co-organized by the University of Verona-Department of Legal Sciences, CSSC, Veronese Criminal Chamber, and the Bar Association of Verona, Italy, as the qAID project is attentive to contemporary knowledge and innovative tools for evaluating and enhancing the effectiveness of Asset and Interest Disclosure (AID) systems in EU Member States and Candidate States.

The primary objective of the qAID Project is to equip EU Member States and candidate countries with advanced knowledge and tools to assess and enhance the impact of national AID systems on public officials. These disclosures play a crucial role in fostering transparency and trust within officials and public administrations. The project is co-funded by the ISF (Internal Security Fund) program, with coordination by the CSSC and collaboration with ANAC, Agentia Nationala de Integritate, the Center for the Study of Democracy, and the Regional Anti-Corruption Initiative.

 For more details on the conference visit the following link:https://cssc.unitn.it/news/il-contrasto-alla-corruzione-tra-prevenzione-e-trasparenza/