HEI Anti-corruption Compliance: Foreign Experience and Ukrainian Perspectives
HEI Anti-corruption Compliance: Foreign Experience and Ukrainian Perspectives

Within the framework of the project “Anti-corruption compliance in higher education: Foreign experience and national practice”, Association of Legal Clinics of Ukraine has prepared an analytical study that presents an overview of anti-corruption efforts in universities around the world and simple recommendations on how to fight corruption.

Central to the study is the concept of compliance. Compliance refers to the processes and controls by which an organization ensures that it follows policies, regulations, and laws. An effective compliance system requires each university to develop its own course based on its own needs and priorities. But universities may find it useful to consider the global experience with anti-corruption efforts.

The author of the study is Petro Steciuk, an expert of the project “Anti-Corruption Compliance in Higher Education: Foreign Experience and National Practice”

Expert evaluation of the study: Maria Tsypiashchuk

Literary editor: Yana Sobko

Download the analytical study

The preparation of the publication was made possible with the support of the American people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and is the part of the Anti-Corruption Compliance in Higher Education: Foreign Experience and National Practice Project, which is implemented by the Association of Legal Clinics of Ukraine with the financial and expert support of the USAID Support to Anti-Corruption Champion Institutions in Ukraine (SACCI) Project

The opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily reflect those of the USAID or the U.S. Government

HEI Anti-corruption Compliance: Foreign Experience and Ukrainian Perspectives
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