Phase 1 of the Executive Program “Countering corruption within public administration through transparency” just concluded. Ready to host our students from the Republic of North Macedonia in Rome for phase 2
The program, organized by the Luiss School of Government and Luiss School of Law, is dedicated to 20 senior civil servants from the Republic of North Macedonia and is focused on countering corruption within the public sector using legislative and digital processes fostering transparency.
Co-funded by (Central European Initiative - CEI), the program is inscribed in the CEI Know‐how Exchange Programme (KEP), an instrument aimed at supporting the transfer of expertise from EU organizations to peers in non‐EU countries within the CEI region.
In this context, our students had the chance to explore topics such as public procurement, administrative transparency, accountability, and digital identity in the administrative processes under the expert guidance of our professors: Bernardo Giorgio Mattarella, Scientific Director of the course, Elisabetta Morlino, Mario Savino, Efisio Gonario Espa, and Marta Simoncini.
We look forward to welcoming our Macedonian students in Rome for the next phase of the program