Strengthening the rule of law and anti-corruption mechanisms

The aim of the PGG programme in this area is to bring the legislative framework, implementing mechanisms and procedural accountability in the prevention of corruption and money-laundering in compliance with European standards. It will further strengthen institutional capacities of anti-corruption and money laundering special bodies to implement Council of Europe recommendations and European standards in fighting and preventing corruption, money-laundering and terrorist financing. Regional co-operation will also be strengthened to address national shortcomings and regional challenges to fighting and preventing corruption, money-laundering and terrorist financing.

The cooperation in the field of anti-corruption and combating money-laundering will provide support :

  • To align the legislative framework, implementing mechanisms and procedural accountability in the prevention of corruption and money laundering with European standards
  • To strengthen institutional capacities of anti-corruption and money laundering special bodies to implement Council of Europe recommendations and European standards in fighting and preventing corruption, money-laundering and terrorist financing
  • To strengthen regional co-operation to address national shortcomings and regional challenges to fighting and preventing corruption, money-laundering and terrorist financing
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Armenia

Strengthening institutional capacities to fight and prevent corruption

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Azerbaijan

Strengthening anti-money laundering and asset recovery

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Belarus

Countering money-laundering and terrorism financing in Belarus

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Georgia

Enhancing the systems of prevention and combatting corruption, money laundering and terrorist financing

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Ukraine

Strengthening measures to counter money laundering and financing of terrorism

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Representatives of relevant government institutions of Azerbaijan enhance data analysis skills with Microsoft Power BI

VIDEOCONFERENCE 13-17 JULY 2020
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Representatives of relevant government institutions of Azerbaijan enhance data analysis skills with Microsoft Power BI

A training on “Data analysis tools: Microsoft Power BI” took place via video conferencing from 13 to 17 July 2020, bringing together 12 representatives of the Financial Monitoring Service, Anti-Corruption General Directorate, General Prosecutor’s Office, Central Bank, State Tax Service under the Ministry of Economy and State Security Service. The training aimed to equip Azerbaijan’s practitioners with the knowledge and skills to effectively analyse data and create interactive reports with the use of Microsoft Power BI.

The hands-on training approach allowed the participants to master the step-by-step actions and tasks demonstrated in a visual fashion over five days. Through practical exercises and interactive discussions, the participants learned how to obtain insights from data through visualisation, analysis, modelling and other features available with Power BI. The training introduced the participants to a set of data mining and analytical intelligence tools which will enable them to turn vast amounts of data into powerful and useful information to strengthen the effectiveness of anti-money laundering/countering the financing of terrorism measures.

This activity was organised within the framework of the EU/CoE Partnership for Good Governance II Project on “Strengthening anti-money laundering and asset recovery in Azerbaijan” (PGG II-AZ) which is funded jointly by the European Union and the Council of Europe and implemented by the Council of Europe.