NAPIRENDEK

Two-day Workshop

Distinguishing criteria between petty and high-ranking corruption: Expert evaluation 

To be held online on
22-23 March, 2021 


CET

 

Download Agenda: Agenda_W1_2021-03-22-23.pdf

  

22 March, 2021

1st  Day

Time (CET)

Action

Speaker(s)

08:30–09:00

Registration/ connect to Teams

 

09:00–09:10

Welcome and introduction to the programme

Dr. György Virág,
Deputy Director of OKRI

Chair of the meeting: Rita Faria, Assistant Professor, University of Porto, Portugal

09:10–09:40

Corruption and local context
Moderator:
Dr. Eva Inzelt,
Assistant professor, ELTE Univ., Hungary

Rita Faria
Assistant Professor, University of Porto, Portugal

 

09:40–10:10

Questions and Discussion

10:10–10:40

Use of terms and choice of criminal assessment Moderator:
Dr. Eva Inzelt,
Assistant professor, ELTE Univ., Hungary

Professor Michael Levi

School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University, UK

10:40–11:10

Questions and Discussion

11:10–12:30

Lunch

12:30–13:00

Measuring corruption Moderator:
Prof. Wim Huisman
VU University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands

 

Dr. Balázs Garamvölgyi,
Deputy Head of Dept., Corruption and Organized Crime Department, Office of the Prosecution Service,
Hungary

13:00–13:30

Questions and Discussion

13:30–13:40

Coffee Break

13:40–14:00

Classification of Corruption Moderator:
Rita Faria
Assistant Professor, University of Porto, Portugal

Nicholas Lord,
Professor of Criminology, University of Manchester

14:00–14:30

Questions and Discussion

14:30–15:00

Closing the First day

 

23 March, 2021

2nd Day

Time (CET)

Action

Speaker(s)

08:30–09:00

Registration/ connect to Teams

Chair of the meeting: Dr. Eva Inzelt, Assistant professor, ELTE Univ., Hungary

09:00–09:30

Winners and Losers. Perpetrators
and Victims of corruption
Moderator:
Dr. Krisztina Farkas,
seconded prosecutor, OKRI,
Hungary

Dr. Michael Kilchling
Senior researcher, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Crime, Security and Law, Germany


09:30–10:00

Questions and Discussion

10:00–10:30

Soft law as an instrument of effective corruption prevention and strengthening resistance of an organization – how to formulate anti-corruption message for public administration”
Moderator:
Lucia Parlato,
Universitá degli Studi di Palermo

Paweł Rutkowski,
the Director of the Cabinet of the Head of the CBA and

Tomasz Drozdziński, Senior agent at the Cabinet of the Head of the CBA

10:30–11:00

Questions and Discussion

11:00–11:10

Coffee Break

11:10–11:40

Levels of corruption and the corresponding anti-corruption strategies
Moderator: Annalisa Mangiaracina, Universitá degli Studi di Palermo

 

Dr. Balázs Garamvölgyi, Deputy Head of Dept., Corruption and Organized Crime Department, Office of the Prosecution Service, Hungary

11:40–12:10

Questions and Discussion

12:10–13:00

Conclusion — Evaluation of the results of pilot questionnaire- Preparation of the Experts’ discussion