The project «Sanaly urpaq»

The project «Sanaly urpaq»

 

Mission and strategy
1.mission of the project office "Sanaly Urpak" (hereinafter – the office) for 2018-2020: Patriotic and competitive youth living in Kazakhstan, free from corruption.
2.the goal of the project office is to eliminate corruption in the education system, to create an environment of non – corruption through the education system.
3.the project strategy is based on the testing and implementation of pilot areas in order to further use best practices in educational institutions in the country.
Goal: to increase the proportion of students who are not susceptible to corruption
Tasks:
1) improving the anti-corruption literacy of all subjects of education
2) improving the anti-corruption behavior of educational entities
3) turning students and teachers into leaders of anti-corruption policy
Analysis of the main problems. Modern society imposes requirements for professional training of students. In the current situation, the need to display corruption in various types of activities, to understand the individual goals of their activities and their consequences for society is urgent. One of the important goals of the educational process is to instill in the minds of future specialists an idea based on the principle of non-acceptance of corruption in solving any professional and personal tasks. Accordingly, in the context of an anti-corruption culture, there is a need to form a special type of culture that takes into account the specifics of human activity. Republican NGO" young professionals "in the framework of the project" strengthening the capacity of Kazakhstani youth participating in decision-making process regarding the quality of higher education" funded by the European Union, conducted a survey among students on corruption in universities. According to the results of the survey, 55% of respondents confirmed corruption in universities,while, according to students, receiving bribes for an exam or credit is the most common. There are also types of extortion, such as purchasing books or educational materials, or providing services. When allocating places in dormitories, there is a lack of transparency. "What administrative measures are taken if students are informed about corruption?"when asked what many respondents say that someone does not know about it (46.7%), some found it difficult to answer (23%), and 9% noted that the administration ignores such a message, 9% said this, but does not complain further, only 12% reported that the management dismisses students who were forced to pay a bribe.
In addition, most often corruption offenses occur due to low legal literacy of citizens. Citizens ' ignorance of their rights will allow people with bad intentions to take advantage of their fraud goals and avoid it