EU-WB - Jean Monnet Module

Promotion of the publication on combating corruption held in Croatian National Theatre

  • National Institute of Culture and Ethics and Jean Monnet Module have jointly published the publication on “Combating corruption in Croatia in the Middle Ages” marking by this occasion the International Anti-Corruption Day. The presentation was held in the Croatian National Theatre in Zagreb on Friday, 9 December 2016. Authors, doc. Dr Tomislav Galovic from the Faculty of Philosophy in Zagreb, Prof Ozren Kosanović from the Faculty of Philosophy in Rijeka, Prof Zeljko Radic from the Faculty of Law in Split, Prof Dalibor Čepulo and doc dr Marta Dragicevic Prtenjača from the Faculty of Law in Zagreb, and Prof Zdenka Janeković Römer presented the publication together with Dr Zeljko Jovanovic, president of the National Council monitoring the implementation of Anti-Corruption Strategy, Prof Davor Škrlec, Member of the EU Parliament and Dr Mrčela Marin, president of GRECO, the Council of Europe anti-corruption body. This publication has been funded under the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union.

    More information on: http://www.tportal.hr/kultura/knjizevnost/456121/Saznajte-kako-se-u-srednjovjekovnoj-Hrvatskoj-suzbijala-korupcija.html

    https://www.hina.hr/vijest/9375101

    http://www.forum.tm/vijesti/u-petak-se-predstavlja-drugi-dio-suzbijanja-korupcije-4910