The subject of the present report is the external evaluation of the “Integrity Education: Leveling the playing field in emerging and transitional markets of Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union project”, implemented by the Central European University.
Integrity Action’s China project has seeded fertile ground. Its work has helped foster rising sensitivity among student communities to corruption issues in China. Our survey of three universities confirms growing integration of integrity education into curricula and strong demand for integrity training. Should Integrity Action decide to withdraw from China, it will have successfully achieved its goals.
This guide draws on the practical experience from Integrity Action and country partners and was created for use by organisations working in or planning to work in integrity, including NGOs, government agencies, aid donors and businesses.
The aim of this learning paper is to capture the knowledge and learning of the work in the establishment of Integrity Clubs of two of Integrity Action’s partners; CAHURAST (Campaign for Human Rights and Social Transformation) in Nepal and FOCHI (Fondation Chirezi) in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Mr. Ezzatollah and Mr. Nangialeh are two local monitors who received training in Community Integrity Building (CIB) from Integrity Watch Afghanistan (IWA). Between 2014 – 2016, they monitored the construction of Mohammadi Sahebzadeh School for boys in Behsud District, Nangarhar province. According to UNICEF in 2016, 40 percent of children in Afghanistan were not enrolled in school.