Publication: Active Citizens Against Corruption


Implementing project activities, we attempted to improve transparency, accessibility and accountability of public administration through implementation of a comprehensive methodology for fighting corruption at the local level, which includes active civil society and implementation of innovative strategies.

From December 2012 to June 2014, civil society organizations Partners for Democratic Change Serbia (Partners Serbia) and Law Scanner implemented the project “Active Citizens against Corruption: Best practices to cure and prevent corruption in local communities” (the Project). The Project was supported by the Delegation of the European Union to the Republic of Serbia and the Office for Cooperation with Civil Society of the Government of the Republic of Serbia.

This publication contains an overview of the activities carried out within the Project and presents the achieved results. This includes: Anticorruption interventions and cooperation with municipalities of Pantelej and Beočin and the hospital in Zrenjanin on recognition and improvement of procedures that are vulnerable to corruption; Analysis of the corruption offences case law in Serbia; Survey on the role of civil society organizations in the fight against corruption, and perception of citizens on the scale of corruption in the health sector, with emphasis on the major challenges in combating corruption in this field.

Active Citizens Against Corruption (pdf, 1.43 MB)


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