The aspects of a good government have been discussed by the representatives from 20 universities and 5 public organizations at the workshop at the Trade Co-operative University of Moldova. “Teaching conscientiousness” workshop has been organized by the international non-governmental organization Integrity Action (Great Britain), which cooperates with different countries’ governments, business elite, scientific communities and civil society institutions aimed at extending practical knowledge and skills which are necessary for fighting against corruption, promotion of democracy and contributing to social fairness.
The instructors from universities of Great Britain, Israel, Armenia, Ukraine and Moldova took part in the workshop. Mariupol State University was represented by the Vice-Rector for Research, Professor Olena Bulatova. She took an active part in discussing topical issues of good management and shared her experience with foreign colleagues.
During the workshop the anti-corruption methods and new approaches to the training of honest and fair managers and also strategies of building conscientiousness at the local level and perspectives for self-motivated students to become a part of this process have been discussed.