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A meeting was convened by the Anti-Corruption Bureau, focusing on the integration of anti-corruption topics into educational programs. This gathering brought together representatives from the academic sector.
The event was commenced by Giorgi Amilakhvari, Minister of Science and Education of Georgia, and Razhden Kuprashvili, the Head of the Anti-Corruption Bureau. They underscored the vital role of embedding anti-corruption themes in education, highlighting its significant impact on both the development of anti-corruption policies and the effectiveness of combating corruption.
The meeting featured speeches from academics and rectors of various universities. The primary focus was on the importance of incorporating anti-corruption elements into educational initiatives and the pivotal role of education in the fight against corruption.
A notable outcome was the signing of a declaration by university representatives and members of the public, endorsing the inclusion of anti-corruption principles in educational curricula.
The event was attended by distinguished members, including Tamta Kachkachishvili and Ana Kalandadze, Deputy Heads the Anti-Corruption Bureau; Jaba Samushia, Rector of Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University; Davit Gurgenidze, Rector of the Technical University of Georgia; Zviad Gabisonia, Head of the Digital Governance and Artificial Intelligence Doctoral Program; Natia Zedginidze from Kutaisi International University; Giorgi Khubua of the Technical University of Munich and Steinbeis University of Berlin; Paata Turava, Law Doctor and Professor at Tbilisi State University; Shalva Kirtadze, Rector of Akaki Tsereteli University; Shalva Tchkadua, Rector of Telavi Iakob Gogebashvili State University; and Nino Doborjginidze, Rector of Ilia State University.