On March 28, the training activity took place in the subject of Administrative Law II, in the third year of the Law degree, thanks to the collaboration of Professor Ylenia Díaz.
The Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency continues the activity of the University Docuforum in Valencian universities with the aim of bringing the debate on the importance of the fight against fraud and corruption closer to university students and empowering them to become protagonists in the eradication of this scourge of democracy.
The students asked more than forty questions and reflections of their own, after viewing the documentary “Corruption: harmful organism” that were answered during the training activity, by Anselm Bodoque, head of the AVAF Training Service.
The absence of a public state agency similar to the AVAF and the lack of policies against corruption in Spain as a whole similar to those developed in the Valencian Community in recent years, have been some of the issues that have most concerned the students; as well as the mechanisms for the protection of whistleblowers.
The students have also shown a special interest in knowing the work of the public servants of the local administration with national authorization and how they could help reduce bad practices in management, fraud and corruption. The technicians of the Agency’s Prevention Service, Carmen Domínguez and Mayte Gascó, explained the daily work and the main difficulties of the people who occupy this type of job and the value of their work in defending public integrity and the general interest.
Youth, who are undergoing a specialized training process and are called upon to occupy responsibilities in public management and in society, have a decisive value in building a strong culture of public ethics and integrity.
If you are a university, secondary or high school teacher and you are interested in having the Docuforum AVAF training activity carried out in your subject, do not hesitate to contact the Training Service of the Valencian Antifraud Agency through email@example.com