|Articles and journals | Tariffs | Payments | Your profile|
Published in journal "Police activity", 2016-6 in rubric "The police and issues in the fight against corruption", pages 586-595.
Resume: The author considers such aspects of the topic as international legal standards of the struggle against corruption in the social sphere. Despite the serious character of the problem of corruption-related crimes in the social sphere – especially in the developing states – the existing international statutes consider the struggle against corruption in general, not paying any special attention to the corruption in the social sphere. Corruption in the social sphere is in the focus of specialized universal institutions, working in the social sphere (WHO, UNESCO); it is regulated by regional and supranational legislation. The author applies the set of general scientific and special methods of cognition of socio-legal reality. The research methodology includes the dialectical method with the typical requirements for objectivity, comprehensiveness, historicism and the solidity of truth. Among the most topical tendencies of international statutes development in the field of the struggle against corruption (including the corruption in the social sphere), the author names the involvement of non-governmental organizations and the strengthening of anti-corruption impact on commercial entities; the extension of the notion of corruption on illegal actions of officials of commercial entities along with the actions of public officials. The author notes that for the purpose of the struggle against corruption, international law counts upon the criminalization of corruption-related activities of legal entities. This fact is of a special importance for the social sphere.
Keywords: law and order, international statutes, definitions, corruption-related crimes, UN Conventions, social sphere, prevention, corruption, international legal standards, international law
Chemingui M. A., and Sánchez M.V. in UN DESA (2011), Assessing Development Strategies to Achieve the MDGs in the Republic of Tunisia, United Nations Department for Social and Economic Affairs, New York. 2011.
G. Baghdadi-Sabeti, F. Serhan. An innovative approach to prevent corruption in the pharmaceutical sector. WHO Good Governance for Medicines programme, World Health Report (2010) Background Paper, ¹ 25;
Hallak J., Poisson M., Ethics and Corruption and Education: Results from the Expert Workshop, 2001, IIEP-UNESCO, 30 p.
P. McKelvi-Sebileau, Patterns of development and use of codes of conduct for teachers in 24 countries, IIEP/UNESCO, 2011, 44 p.; M. Poisson, Corruption and education. Education policy booklet series No. 11/2010, IIEP/UNESCO, 30 p.; M. Poisson, Guidelines for design and effective use of teacher codes of conduct, IIEP/UNESCO, 2009, 44 p.
Pravo Evropeĭskogo Soyuza v voprosakh i otvetakh: Uchebnoe posobie / S.Yu. Kashkin [i dr.]. – M.: TK Velbi, Prospekt, 2005. – 304 s.
Kapustin A.Ya. Mezhdunarodno-pravovye problemy prirody i deystviya prava Evropeyskogo Soyuza. Diss…dok. yurid. nauk. – 2001. – M. – 418 s.
Morgan D., Oxley H., Improving health-system efficiency: achieving better value for money, introductory presentation: some key features of growth and cross-country differences in health-care spending, OECD and European Commission conference. 2008.
Cohen J.C. Pharmaceuticals and corruption: a risk assessment. In Global Corruption Report 2006 London: Transparency International, 2006. pp. 77-84.
Bochkov C.O. Sostavy korruptsionnykh prestupleniy: implementatsiya mezhdunarodnykh norm v rossiyskoe ugolovnoe pravo // Pravo i bezopasnost'. 2006. ¹ 3-4. S. 45.
Correct link to this article:
just copy this link to clipboard