On 26-27 April 2016, judges of the second instance courts, Supreme Court, and Constitutional Chamber are participating in a specialized course “Formation of Anti-Corruption Models of Behavior.” The training program will help form of an anti-corruption model of behavior, promote legal values in decision-making in line with personal values, and aid in the establishment of rule of law.

The courses are organized by the Training Center of Judges under the Supreme Court and the Anti-Corruption Business Council of the Kyrgyz Republic, as part of the Collaborative Governance Program (CGP), funded by USAID and DFID.

The trainers of the program will use unique transformational-linguistic techniques, ways of building a positive image and managing stressful situations to help instill anticorruption behavior.

Formation of intolerance to corruption starts only when everyone values his/her own image and their reputation. Reform of the legal system will only be successful when every professional in the court system understands the importance of personal example and personal behavior. Such understanding is particularly important on the part of the judiciary.   

  

Training of judges Mark Grubb and the participants IMG 2560

Director of the Training Center of Judges under the Supreme Court of KR Jyldyz Kojokmatova, (from left to right), Director of USAID Collaborative Governance Program Mark Grubb, and General Secretary of the Anticoruption Business Council of the KR at the opening of the training course “Formation of Anti-Corruption Models of Behavior”

  

Training of judges all participants IMG 2560

Director of the Training Center of Judges under the Supreme Court of KR Jyldyz Kojokmatova, (from left to right), Director of USAID Collaborative Governance Program Mark Grubb, and General Secretary of the Anticoruption Business Council of the KR at the opening of the training course “Formation of Anti-Corruption Models of Behavior”

  

Training of judges members of the training IMG 2560

Director of the Training Center of Judges under the Supreme Court of KR Jyldyz Kojokmatova, (from right to left), Director of USAID Collaborative Governance Program Mark Grubb, Trainer on Development, Business Trainer, and Coach Tatiana Kalchaeva, and General Secretary of the Anticoruption Business Council of the KR Nuripa Mukanova at the opening of the training course “Formation of Anti-Corruption Models of Behavior”