Legal culture as the basis for combating corruption

On April 18, 2024, at the South Kazakhstan University named after M. Auezov (Shymkent), a training was held for students and teachers of the university on the topic: “Legal culture as the basis for combating corruption.” The training was conducted by senior lecturer of the Department of Legal and Financial Disciplines Asel Akhmetova.

This event is held within the framework of the academic discipline: “Anti-corruption culture of the Republic of Kazakhstan.”

During the training, the lecturer used various tools and knowledge management products (training “Molecules”, social survey, exercise “4 Pes”), which teachers can also use in their academic courses or trainings to transfer knowledge and create a deeper understanding of issues related to corruption , with a focus on honesty, ethics and academic integrity.

When we talk about the formation of an anti-corruption culture, we must realize that this topic is inextricably linked with the very meaning of human life and the values by which a person thinks.

Without understanding these basic principles and forming them from the student’s bench, it is impossible to talk about the education of such important concepts as patriotism, civic engagement, and the formation of the principles of a “culture of integrity.”

Anti-corruption culture, like the “culture of integrity” discussed alongside it, is part of the education of our youth.

That is why, when we talk about instilling the principles of “honesty” and “zero tolerance for crime,” we must talk about them as integral parts of educating young people. Today we have the opportunity to influence moral guidelines and morally correct behavior in Kazakhstani society.

We know that an anti-corruption culture, anti-corruption education and increased anti-corruption activity among young people will help solve many issues for the prosperity of our sovereign state!

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