International legal regulation
Anti-corruption education

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Belyaeva, G. ., Mamin, A. ., Zhirov, R. ., Belyaev, V. ., & Borodaenko, N. . (2023). ANTI-CORRUPTION EDUCATION: ISSUES OF LEGAL REGULATION. Lex Humana (ISSN 2175-0947), 15(4), 219–228. Retrieved from


Based on national and international experience, the authors of the article study some debatable issues regarding anti-corruption education and the promotion of global anti-corruption measures. They consider international initiatives to combat corruption and Russia’s participation and national experience in organizing anti-corruption education implemented by institutions of higher education. The authors present the framework of the academic discipline “Legal regulation of combating corruption in professional activities” aimed at the formation of anti-corruption competencies.



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