Practitioners from judiciary, prosecution bodies, anti-corruption law enforcement bodies, dealing with financial investigations and asset recovery took part in the 11th edition of the "Summer School for Junior Anti-corruption Practitioners from South Eastern Europe" in Chisinau, Moldova on 6-10 June 2016.
 
Under the title “Financial Investigations and Asset Recovery”, the event - organised by the National Anti-corruption Centre of Moldova with the support of  the CEI and  the RCC – Regional Cooperation Council -  aimed at building and strengthening capacities of anti-corruption bodies in the region in selected areas of corruption theory and anti-corruption practice as well as at providing a platform for young practitioners to learn new practices and to exchange experiences.

The Summer School 2016 tackled one of the key Strategic directions and subsequent strategic action in Dimension O -”Anti Corruption“, under the Pillar Governance for Growth of the SEE 2020 Strategy and this is: “Build capacity of law enforcement agencies and judiciary and improve their regional cooperation and data exchange (including mutual legal assistance in corruption cases)”. 
 
The gathering gave junior professionals  the chance to learn new practices and best practices from the region as well as develop and foster relationships with peers.
 
  • More information on agenda and speakers available here