OSCE to train Kazakh specialists in corruption risk management
ASTANA -- The Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) Programme Office in Astana and Kazakhstan's Agency for Civil Service and Anti-Corruption (ACSA) are set to host a seminar on the analysis and management of corruption risks, according to the OSCE website.
Forty provincial ACSA officials are expected to attend the event September 11-14 in Astana.
During the four-day training seminar, participants will learn "modern techniques of analysis and management of corruption risks by covering theoretical and practical aspects".
International instructors will share modern methods in corruption risk management and offer practical exercises.
"The training is part of the Programme Office's multi-year efforts to promote good governance by focusing on anti-corruption activities in Kazakhstan," said the website.