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Report on the Pilot Project – students gaining experience from economy on the subject of corporate ethics and transparency

DSKET has prepared a pilot project, which was performed on 25 March 2014 at Gea College, and which tendered networking and highlighted examples of best practices in the field of corporate ethics and transparency to the students. Barbra Rudmann, Johnson & Johnson and co-chair of DSKET and Michele Leonardi, IBM Slovenia and co-chairman of DSKET, were the first to lecture to the students and encouraged discussion in an interactive way.

Report on the Steps of the Civil Initiative – Let’s Open 15 Theses of CPC

The main aim is to regularly monitor the activities of the state bodies at formulating and adopting anti-corruption measures. As we want to open a dialog and actively contribute to the formulation and adoption of anti-corruption measures, we sent an open letter to the state authorities (see: http://partnerstvo15.org/).

We also call upon all civil organizations and individuals to join us, mainly because we want to engage in debate about the most effective measures with which Slovenia will abolish corruption in the system.

More information on the Slovenian site