Anticorruption interventions

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Partners Serbia team of experts was trained in this innovative anti-corruption methodology during a nine month comprehensive capacity building Program for Anticorruption Practitioners (PAP) organized by the World Bank Institute and Partners Foundation for Local Development (PFDL).

The anti-corruption methodology is based on a series of successful anti-corruption interventions, implemented  by Ronald Maclean Abaroa, former Mayor of La Paz, Bolivia who, immediately after his appointment, started to apply this innovative anticorruption method designed by professor Robert Klitgaard. The key of his reform was to understand that, despite problems of underperformance in  his local self government, the people working in the city administration  are not the problem but part of the solution, when put in a proper and reformed working environment. Mayor Abaroa was a leader in the process of participatory planning activities in which people working in the city administration  were involved in the anti-corruption intervention  aimed at reforming to reform their working environment.

This innovative anti-corruption intervention was further promoted by Romanian civil society organization, Partners Foundation for Local Development, which adapted innovative methodology of Mayor Abaroa and Professor Klitgaard to the local context.

In 2011 Cities of Martin, Slovakia and Craiova, Romania won prestigious United Nations Public Service Award for North America and Europe in the category “Preventing and Combating Corruption in the Public Service”. Both local governments applied this novel strategic anticorruption approach.

Partners Serbia team of experts was trained in this innovative anti-corruption methodology during a nine month comprehensive capacity building Program for Anticorruption Practitioners (PAP). Partners Serbia staff members participated in the program organized by the World Bank Institute and Partners Foundation for Local Development (PFDL). The program consisted of the Knowledge Building Component, (September 2011 – April 2012), and the Skills Building Component (May 2012). Working on the first component, under tutors’ guidance, Partners Serbia team had deepened understanding on sources and forms of corruption, organizational development, change management and participatory planning processes, and successfully elaborated four papers on each topic. During the second component, Partners Serbia attended a 10-day interactive training aimed at improving practical skills of anti-corruption practitioners as trainers, consultants and facilitators, for the purpose of successful implementation of the anti-corruption intervention in public institutions. The training was delivered by PFLD experts, Ana Vasilache and Olivia Baciu, and Mr Ronald Maclean Abaroa and professor Klitgaard.

The intervention are conducted through several stages.

-          Agreement with the leadership of the institution (Guiding coalition established)

-          Diagnosis

x Preliminary Diagnosis (Questionnaire on the most often used excuses why not to address corruption)

x General Diagnosis (A list of activities with the highest level of impact on citizens’ lives)

x In-depth Diagnosis (Vulnerability to Corruption Assessment)

-          Problem Tree Analysis

-          Strategic Plan elaboration and approval

-          Strategic Plan implementation

Stvaranje ovog sajta pomogla je Evropska unija. Sadržaj sajta je isključivo odgovornost Partnera za demokratske promene Srbija
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