Chisinau, 13 February 2014 – More than 100 students discussed the best EU practice in good governance and fight against corruption during an EUBAM-organised lecture for the students of Free International University and the Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova.
‘This is my favorite EUBAM lecture of all I attended earlier. I didn’t know how effectively the other countries are fighting corruption, so for me it was a great opportunity to learn more about corruption. Being part of younger generation, I hope I can continue the fight against corruption to help our country prosper’ said Oleg Jekov, a 3rd year student from International Relations Department.
The lecture, delivered by EUBAM Anti-Corruption Specialist Pawel Rutkowski, included theoretical discussions and examples of best EU practices in fight against corruption and the unique anti-corruption challenges facing Moldova.
The lecture was the first in the EUBAM lecture series this academic year. EUBAM has delivered lectures in its partner universities in Moldova since 2009.