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The NAC ends the year 2019 with most anticorruption education campaigns31.12.2019 640 Views
Over 38 000 citizens were trained by the National Anticorruption Center officers in the field of promoting integrity in 2019, in the framework of 730 meetings. The number of students has doubled in comparison with 2018 (19 483 people), while the target audience comprised public agents, students, pupils, teachers, parents, businessmen, paralegals, etc.
In 2019, the NAC officers organized information sessions for 25 000 public officials, 12 000 students, 480 representatives of the private sector and over 1 200 people from other fields of activity.
Throughout 2019, the National Anticorruption Center carried out ample information campaigns that aimed to pass motivational messages and urge people not to tolerate corruption, to whistle blow illegal acts on the specialized line of the NAC (0 800 55555), to comply with Integrity Law and to avoid conflicts of interest.
Among the NAC campaigns, that have been spread throughout the country and targeted a number of vulnerable fields, we can mention "Corruption is seriously damaging health", "No corruption at the BAC" , "Integral policeman - protected citizen". Also, children were trained within the campaign "Corruption in understanding of small children", while the residents of the biggest cities in the country have benefited from consultations during the campaign "An anticorruption day in your city". For young people, in partnership with Kapuson, the anticorruption volunteers and UNDP partners Moldova, a series of concerts was organized with the title "I don't give and I don't take bribes!" The NAC was present at public events, as Europe Day, Integrity City, on the TV and radio shows, where it promoted anticorruption messages.
The NAC information campaigns were financially supported by the UNDP Project "Fighting corruption by strengthening integrity in the Republic of Moldova" and the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.