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EPAC/EACN Board adopts 2022/2023 Work Programme

On 23 March 2022, the newly elected board of the two networks European Partners against Corruption (EPAC) and European contact-point network against corruption (EACN) held their first official meeting in virtual format and adopted the work programme for 2022/2023.

The new EPAC/EACN Work Programme sets out the priorities for the next two years. In addition, it proposes key activities to promote bilateral cooperation between members and observers.

One of the three main thematic areas of the work programme is the transfer of knowledge, which is to be further intensified through joint training, webinars and study visits to share expertise and best practices.

The topic of "analysis and advice" is another main area. Promoting analytical activity will be one of the key objectives for the upcoming period. Alongside progress in Big Data analysis, promoting the use of open data, identifying corruption trends and risks, measuring performance and setting professional standards, policy analysis and consultations will continue to be priority areas for EPAC/EACN work.

The EPAC/EACN Board identified "visibility and partnerships" as the third main area. The international visibility of EPAC/EACN is to be increased through the development of communication channels, the use of social media and the intensification of cooperation with EU institutions, key international organisations and other professional networks on anti-corruption and police oversight.

To provide support in these areas, the Board established three task forces. In addition to the Analysis and Policy Advice Task Force (APA), two Task Forces, Training and Transfer of Knowledge (TTK) and Developing and Implementing Project Activities (DIPA), have been set up and are open to the participation of all interested members. For further information, please contact the EPAC/EACN Secretariat.


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Article #: 19576 from Freitag, 29. April 2022, 15:11
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