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Study visit „No corruption. Civic control of local authorities” for young business leaders from Bosnia - Herzegovina and Azerbaijan

From November 7 to 10 study visit „No corruption. Civic control of local authorities” was organized for 10 students form Bosnia and Herzegovina and Azerbaijan – members of  “Young Business Leaders’ Academy” The Educational Society for Malopolska. Project was financed by Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Members started their stay in Warsaw at lecture “Resistance of coruption – law and practise” by Ms. Julia Pitera, M.P.,  former president of Transparency International Poland.

Students met representatives of NGOs, which are attended to counter corruption: Stefan Batory Foundation (Program “Against Corruption”), The Foundation in Suppport of Local Democracy (“The Transparent Poland” project), Helsinki Human Rights Foundation, Polish-Czech-Slovak Solidarity Foundation („No corruption. Civic control of local authorities” program).

Trainees visited in the editorial office of daily newspapers: “Rzeczpospolita”, where they listened to the lecture on local journalism by redactor Ms. Izabela Kraj, and “Gazeta Wyborcza”, where listened to the lecture on the role of media in civic campaign “The Transparent Poland”. Additionally participants met Mr. Adam Kwiatkowski (Deputy Head, Praga Po³udnie District Council, Warsaw), who gave them the short introduction to the Polish local government system.

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Developing Independent Media Skills in Eurasia
The fourteenth edition of the "Independent media" program is planned for this year. Nearly 26 journalists from Belarus, Moldova, Russia and Ukraine will be invited to Poland. During study visits, they will have an opportunity to visit the editorial offices of newspapers and magazines, radio and TV stations, internet portals and information agencies. They will acquaint themselves with the work and experiences of their Polish colleagues. The study visits will be tailored to the professions and specializations of the guests.
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