Third episode of the IEP podcast “Eurasia on the Move”!
The third episode of the podcast series “Eurasia on the Move” offers our listeners insight into the EU’s anti-corruption promotion in the Republic of Moldova. Widespread corruption continues to have detrimental effects on the country’s internal development and hampers the EU integration process. The EU and the Council of Europe constitute two key actors who aim at combatting corruption in Moldova through different mechanisms, although they encounter limitations. Eliana Coraci and Mihai-Razvan Corman, two of our Eurasia Lab Fellows, will lead us through their research on the existing efforts to tackle corruption. They specifically highlight that the potential of the EU to make an impact varies in the different policy areas.
Eliana Coraci is a research fellow at the Moldovan-German Forum (MGF) in Chișinău and project manager for #WeWatch, a project that aims to fight disinformation by fostering information literacy among young people providing a participative approach to capacity building.
Mihai-Razvan Corman is a research fellow and project manager at the Moldovan-German Forum in Chișinău working on the project of “Developing the rule of law and strenghtening anti-corruption measures in the sector of public procurement in the Republic of Moldova”.
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This podcast is part of the “Eurasia Lab & Fellowship Program” which is supported by the Open Society Foundations (OSF). The opinions expressed by the project and its publications may not reflect OSF’s views.