Survey on Corruption Perception in Higher Education Completed

Smart Balkans - Civil Sciety for Shared Society in the Western Balkans

As part of the “SMART Balkans – Civil Society for Shared Society in the Western Balkans” – “Corruption Free Universities in Albania, North Macedonia, and Serbia” project, ISIE, in collaboration with CESID – Centar za slobodne izbore i demokratiju (Serbia) and IDRA – Institute for Development Research and Alternatives (Albania) has completed a baseline survey on corruption perception higher education in Albania, Serbia, and North Macedonia. Using the face-to-face via CAPI (Computer-Assisted Personal Interviewing) approach our survey ensures a smooth, efficient, high-quality and unified data collection process. Over 900 respondents in over ten cities in targeted countries have been included in the survey.

This is just the beginning of our journey. The survey will be conducted in two intervals to measure the impact of our project intervention. Data collection process is being conducted in full compliance with the international research standards including the ethical requirements.

Our researchers will soon analyze the data, and next month, we will share the survey findings with you. Stay tuned!

“Corruption Free Universities in Albania, North Macedonia and Serbia” was supported by the Regional grant of the “SMART Balkans – Civil Society for Shared Society in the Western Balkans” regional project implemented by Centar za promociju civilnog društva (CPCD), Center for Research and Policy Making (CRPM) and Institute for Democracy and Mediation (IDM) and financially supported by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (NMFA).

Join us in this crucial endeavor to create corruption-free universities and foster a brighter future for our region!


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