Project and educational activities
The Laboratory for Anti-Corruption Policy (hereinafter - LAP) is actively involved in design and educational work with students, undergraduates and graduate students. Laboratory staff under the guidance of the head D. V. Krylova implement:
• research, applied and service projects;
• MAGOLEGO course "Anti-corruption policy - applied aspects";
• Summer schools "Corruption and Law" (2019), "Legal risks as a source of corruption risks and their prevention" (2020);
• elective “Fundamentals of anti-corruption policy in the public and corporate sectors”;
• Master's program “Compliance and prevention of legal risks in the corporate, public and non-profit sector”.
During the period after the change in the leadership of the laboratory and the renewal of the staff by 70% in September 2018, the number of projects implemented by students under the guidance of laboratory staff has increased significantly:
2018/2019 academic year: 31 projects - 380 students of various specialties.
2019/2020 academic year: 52 projects - 628 students in 47 different specialties.
In 2019, the school was held by the school "Corruption and Law", the participants of which were 26 students. In 2020, 39 students from the Higher School of Economics and 18 other leading Russian universities successfully completed online training at the Summer School on the topic "Legal risks as a source of corruption risks and their prevention", half of which are the largest regional universities, from Khabarovsk and Tomsk to Samara and Crimean.
Since 2019, the MAGOLEGO course "Anti-Corruption Policy - Applied Aspects" has been implemented, which annually attracts about 30 undergraduates of various specialties.
In the 2020/2021 academic year, the laboratory begins the implementation of a new educational project - the university-wide elective "Fundamentals of anti-corruption policy in the state and corporate sectors". The opportunity to participate in this elective is provided to all students of the Higher School of Economics, as well as students from other universities.
In September 2020, a new innovative master's program "Compliance and Prevention of Legal Risks in the Corporate, Public and Non-Profit Sector" will be launched, which is developed and implemented by the Laboratory of Anti-Corruption Policy and the Faculty of Law of the Higher School of Economics in partnership with the leading Russian law firm Pepeliaev Group.
On an ongoing basis, the laboratory of anti-corruption policy provides students with an opportunity to undergo educational and / or industrial practice for students of various educational programs.
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