An online presentation of the results of the research “Changing anti-corruption narratives” will be held on Friday, 4 December 2020
The research is part of the initiative focused on changing public narratives in support of anti-corruption reforms implemented by the Foundation Open Society – Macedonia (FOSM), Open Society-US, Latin America Program and Topos Partnership in our country, USA and Brazil. In Macedonia, FOSM and Topos cooperate with the Association for Emancipation, Solidarity and Equality of Women; Institute for Democracy Societas Civilis; Youth Education Forum; Multiculture; and the All for Fair Trials Coalition.
The research aimed to understand how the citizens in these three countries think about corruption, but also about good governance, and how they react when these issues are discussed with different communication approaches. The research findings can help in the application of ways of communication on the topic of corruption that will encourage the citizens to be involved in and support our anti-corruption efforts.
Participants in the event are local civil society organizations and activist groups from Bitola, Tetovo, Štip and Skopje, who will have the opportunity to hear the results of the research and share their experiences and views.