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Workshop focuses on implementation of joint research projects on fight against corruption.

(TAP) [yen]" Joint research projects on the fight against corruption as part of a multidisciplinary approach were the focus of a workshop co-chaired on Friday by Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research Slim Khalbous and President of the National Anti-Corruption Authority (INLUCC) Chawki Tabib.

During this meeting held at the Centre for Economic and Social Studies and Research, emphasis was put on the need to implement the partnership between the ministry and the authority and to set up research projects in humanities and technology that will be funded by the authority.

The Joint Research Projects have been set up by the Ministry of Higher Education since 2002. They are financed by the Ministry following a Call for Proposals.

Each project is steered and managed by a project's supporting structure, which is a public structure aimed at supporting research and technological development.

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Publication:Agency Tunis Afrique Press
Date:Nov 3, 2017
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