Advocating for honesty and transparency, anticorruption education initiatives in Lithuania

Author(s) : Daiva, Penkauskiene

Imprint : Berlin, Transparency International, 2015

Collation : 6 p.

The case study introduces a brief analysis and reflections on anti-corruption educational activities carried out in Lithuania by the Modern Didactics Center, an educational NGO, in cooperation with national and international partners during the period of 2002-2008. Those initiatives appeared in accordance with the National Anti-Corruption Programme and general EU policy on transparency and accountability for democratic and sustainable societies. The case study presents a short overview of the in-countries context, educational environment, projects activities and their outcomes with its main focus on ethical, moral, values based approaches, attitudes, behaviors, promoted, taught and learned by teachers and students from secondary and higher education sectors. The author of this case reflects upon successes and failures, shares her insights on how anticorruption education could be supported in a current social life full of contradictions and uncertainty.

  • Accountability, Anti-Corruption Education, Anti-corruption strategies, Legal framework, National anti-corruption plans, Ethics, Governance, Non-governemental organizations, Students, Student behaviour, Teachers, Teacher behaviour, Transparency, Higher education, Secondary education
  • Europe
    Lithuania