Education for high school students „Curbing corruption in the Middle Ages“

30.09.2015. - ongoing

Through project “Curbing Corruption in Croatia in Middle Ages”, focused on pupils in elementary and high schools, Institute for Culture and Ethics organised lectures in Zagreb, Zadar, Split, Rijeka, Krk, Cres and Pag about the ways corruption was prevented in Croatia between 13th and 16th century. Through lectures accompanied with the exhibition will be presented all key anticorruption stipulations implemented in Croatian medieval cities. Through authentic examples pupils were presented some of basic principles for curbing corruption, such as avoiding conflict of interests, access to information, exemption of judges and many others used in the Middle Ages and which can be applied today as well. Medieval stipulations will be compared to the modern day stipulations and presented how everlasting basic principles are. Except lectures in schools in each city public lectures will be organised as well. Project is supported by the Ministry of Science and Education through the program “Non-institutional education of children and young” for three years in a row.

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