For whom is it suitable for? For students and recent graduates
We invite students and recent graduates to participate in our internship programme lasting 2-3 months. During the programme, the intern group under the supervision works on an anti-corruption project. The participation in the internship programme is not remunerated.
District Anti-Corruption School
For whom is it suitable for? For activists and journalists from different parts of Russia
The School is designed to help you gain the knowledge and skills you need to fight for openness and transparency at different levels. No experience in anti-corruption studies or projects is required – the key thing is the willingness and readiness to devote time to the project activities. More information about the initiative can be found here.
Academic Transparency Lab
For whom is it suitable for? For students and all those who are interested in developing academic transparency
At the Lab, you’ll learn how to do research on academic transparency, investigate corruption risks in universities, get directly involved in changing university policies and improve the quality of your education. More information about the initiative can be found here.
“Anti-Corruption in Practice” Course at the Free University
For whom is it suitable? For a wide range of practitioners who are ready to apply anti-corruption knowledge and tools in their work.
The “Anti-Corruption in Practice” Course is a unique educational programme delivered by researchers from the Russian national chapter of Transparency International, a global anti-corruption movement. The key focus of the course are anti-corruption tools proven to be effective in Russia and their practical application. The skills learned during the course will allow the students to identify and address corruption risks using various approaches. More information about the course can be found here.
*This course is best suited to those who are already familiar with anti-corruption issues. If you don’t have such experience, we would suggest first checking out our projects above or the Free University courses run by Elena Panfilova, the Chair of the Transparency International-Russia Council (“Corruption and the Basics of Anti-Corruption Policy”, “Good Governance LEGO”).
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