The Four-Country Study on Introducing and Teaching Ethics Principles to Public Administration Employees was conducted in the Czech Republic, Germany, Poland and Portugal over the period 1 August 2011 - 31 July 2013. The research was part of the project “Sharing Best Practices in Introducing and Teaching Ethics Principles to Public Administration Employees,” funded by the European Commission’s Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP), within Leonardo da Vinci Programme.
The research report brings to the fore a discussion of codes of ethics in the different partner countries as well as other relevant legal instruments on ethics. A particular emphasis was put on the possibilities of training in ethics and to what extent such training is able to promote ethical behaviour in public administration. All this was achieved through the research into the current state of affairs in partner countries being done by partner institutions which knew the local environment, followed by joint meetings, presentations and discussions, and then processing into a study. The core material was developed at regular multilateral meetings.
Projekt został realizowany przy wsparciu finansowym Komisji Europejskiej w ramach programu „Uczenie się przez całe życie”.