The Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency, through Irene Bravo, head of the Prevention Service, participated in the conference organized by the Universitat Jaume I of Castellón on April 11.
The conference, organized by the UJI’s Observatory for Transparency and Good Governance, was presented by José Luis Blasco, Professor of Administrative Law and Dean of the Faculty of Legal and Economic Sciences at Jaume I University.
The conference on social responsibility and ethical commitment of administrations began with a conference by Josep Ochoa, professor of Administrative Law at the University of Alicante, who focused on social responsibility and public integrity.
The round table on “Ethical codes in practice” was moderated by Cristina Pauner, Professor of Constitutional Law and General Secretary of the UJI. The representative of the Agency, Irene Bravo, provided AVAF’s vision on this optional preventive measure and explained the meaning and purpose of the ethical codes. The conflict of interest, the regulation of gifts, confidentiality, as well as the reporting channels are aspects that can be included in the code of conduct, always aligned with the mission of public service and integrity to which any public entity is oriented.
The round table was completed with the presentations of Carmen Vilanova, director of the Planning and Economic Promotion Office of the Castellón de la Plana City Council and Borja Colón, head of the Public Administration and Innovation Service of the Castellón Provincial Council.
The session was aimed at students of the Law and GAP degrees of the Universitat Jaume I of Castellón, as well as public administration professionals interested in the subject, and was attended by more than 100 people and around 25 people in online format, through the UJI Channel on YouTube.
The conference is available openly at the following link: https://youtu.be/s6zzi9f1nim