Workshop on anti-corruption in the Albanian public sector
Albanian citizens rank corruption as the second most important problem facing their country after unemployment. Economic and social development in Albania is severely undermined by grand and petty forms of corruption. Corruption is slowing economic growth and leading to inequitable development outcomes. The workshop will include stakeholders from government and foreign development partners, the private sector and civil society who have an interest in efforts that assist Albania in achieving improved transparency and accountability in public institutions and services.
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