Anti-corruption education is one of the elements of the Civic education. This training equipped teacher with the key competencies for their future work.

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SISAK, 18 May 2014 – Teacher Training Programme „Education against corruption“ is held in Economy school Sisak from 17 to 18 May 2014, gathering 19 participants from Sisak-Moslavina County. The training is organised by the organisation Forum for Freedom in Education in cooperation with their partner Local Democracy Agency Sisak. It is the last of 4 trainings for teachers of primary and secondary schools, expert staff, unemployed teachers and students at Teacher Colleges. The trainings gathered over 90 participants so far who will be implementing anti-corruption education in their every day work with students.

Anti-corruption education is one of the components of the civic education and implies that the teacher has competence to transfer to students knowledge, skills and attitudes relevant for a democratic society. This training has encouraged teachers to work with students in order to develop competencies characteristic of anti-corruption education, with the overall aim to make anti-corruption behaviour a regular practice in Croatian schools and society.

In addition, participants have been encouraged to creatively approach lectures on anti-corruption and apply them in schools, in order to bring this issue across to students and to make them realise its social relevance.

The trainings are conducted in the framework of the project “Local Partnerships for Anti Corruption Education” led by Forum for Freedom in Education and in cooperation with the international organisation the Network of Education Policy Centres, Local Democracy Agency from Osijek, Local Democracy Agency Sisak and Info zone from Split. The project is funded by the European Union and co-funded by the Croatia Government Office for Cooperation with NGOs.

Anti-corruption education is one of the elements of the Civic education. This training equipped teacher with the key competencies for their future work.

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SISAK, 18 May 2014 – Teacher Training Programme „Education against corruption“ is held in Economy school Sisak from 17 to 18 May 2014, gathering 19 participants from Sisak-Moslavina County. The training is organised by the organisation Forum for Freedom in Education in cooperation with their partner Local Democracy Agency Sisak. It is the last of 4 trainings for teachers of primary and secondary schools, expert staff, unemployed teachers and students at Teacher Colleges. The trainings gathered over 90 participants so far who will be implementing anti-corruption education in their every day work with students.

Anti-corruption education is one of the components of the civic education and implies that the teacher has competence to transfer to students knowledge, skills and attitudes relevant for a democratic society. This training has encouraged teachers to work with students in order to develop competencies characteristic of anti-corruption education, with the overall aim to make anti-corruption behaviour a regular practice in Croatian schools and society.

In addition, participants have been encouraged to creatively approach lectures on anti-corruption and apply them in schools, in order to bring this issue across to students and to make them realise its social relevance.

The trainings are conducted in the framework of the project “Local Partnerships for Anti Corruption Education” led by Forum for Freedom in Education and in cooperation with the international organisation the Network of Education Policy Centres, Local Democracy Agency from Osijek, Local Democracy Agency Sisak and Info zone from Split. The project is funded by the European Union and co-funded by the Croatia Government Office for Cooperation with NGOs.