on October 26, 2022, in order to prevent corruption among lecturers and staff “Psychology of Corruption” lecture was held in our College.
Lecturer: Manshuk Kusainova – professor of the Academy of Public Administration under the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan in Almaty.
The lecture was held in an interactive form, all participants took an active part in the practical part of the training. We would like to note the high professionalism of Professor M. Kusainova, namely the ability to keep the audience in one breath and present the material in an interesting form.
Corruption in Kazakhstan is a significant problem for the economic and political development of the country. According to “Transparency International”, Kazakhstan ranked 102-nd among 180 countries in 2021. Kazakhstan was next to countries such as Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Ghana, Sudan and Libya.
Becoming one of the 30 most developed countries in the world is the main strategy for the development of Kazakhstan, but the corruption of kazakh society at all levels infinitely delays this process.
The negative phenomenon of corruption crimes has a significant impact on the formation of moral and ideological foundations in society. The foundations of combating corruption should consist in a systematic approach aimed not only at actual control and punishment, but also at preventing corruption – information work with the population aimed at communicating to society the idea of the inadmissibility of corruption and the need to report it in any manifestations.