Publication 10.03.2016

Training the military and defence and security officials in understanding and preventing corruption

Military forces around the world pride themselves on being highly trained, and having strong values like integrity and selflessness embedded in all their instruction. Corruption as an issue can seem marginal, as something for civilians to think about. Developing the capacity of defence ministries and military forces to recognise and react to this problem requires training. Such training has not been available up until recently. But, in the last few years, TI-DSP, in collaboration with NATO and other partners, has developed a course to address the military and defence aspects of corruption. The purpose of this study is to follow up on the impact of this course, and see whether it was lasting and had resulted in changes in attitudes and behaviour.

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