Overview

Integrity and Ethics in Public Management is an interactive regional training program developed by Foundation for Pluralism in partnership with Alma-Ro Association and financed by The Balkan Trust for Democracy.

The program beneficiaries are 45 young participants aged 18 to 35, NGOs representatives, journalists, public servants, appointed officials or official elected, opinion leaders, professors, entrepreneurs, with high level decision makers positions within their organizations or institutions. They will work together in three local training sessions (Tg. Mures, Ploiesti and Iasi) and a Final session (Bucharest) to create a regional platform of cooperation, good practices in public administration, with a special focus on identifying methods and common actions to curbing corruption.

The program has three modules:

MODULE A: Local training sessions in Targu Mures (May, 10-12), Ploiesti (May 17-19) and Iasi (May 31- June 2), consisting of three local training sessions (3 days each) on best practices in public administration, civic participation and common anti-corruption actions.

MODULE B: Tutorial and monitoring activities and long-distance advising (May-July) for participants in elaborating their projects in partnership for the national contest.

MODULE C: The Final Session and the National Conference on Integrity and Ethics in Public Management (Bucharest, Romania)(July 24-25), consisting of a public presentation of all projects realized, voting the 3 winning projects and the National Conference, when participants have the opportunity to meet with journalists, public administration and NGOs representatives at national level.

The information on Schedule and agenda is available here, only in Romanian