València, November 24, 2020.- The Rector of the University of Valencia, M.ª Vicenta Mestre, and the Director of the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency, Joan Llinares, have signed an agreement by which both institutions will develop the project “Training activities for good government and citizenship in the Valencian territory ”.
The project’s objective is to train in “good governance” and is mainly aimed at local public entities and society, to address issues such as good governance, public integrity, conflict of interest or the risk of corruption, among other issues.
Among the activities that have been designed are the holding of 12 conferences in different locations in the province of Valencia within the Unisocietat Program. Also included in this agreement are 9 conferences at the headquarters of the Seasonal Universities that the University of València has in addition to holding a workshop in Gandía and the recording of an audiovisual within the Docufòrum program.
The agreement has a duration of two years with the possibility of extending it to two more years and the Valencian Antifraud Agency contributes the amount of 15,000 euros to cover the costs of the different training actions planned while the University of Valencia undertakes to facilitate the Researchers and the teaching staff necessary to carry out the project.
The event also had the participation of the vice-rector for Territorial Projection and Society, Jorge Hermosilla; the manager of the university, Juan Vicente Climent and the director of Prevention, Training and Documentation of the AVAF, Silvia Vèrnia.