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Participatory approaches privileging problem solving/action oriented training methods have been mainly developed within the framework of anti-corruption training and education, which constitute a core element of any sustainable anti-corruption strategy. A number of anti-corruption training providers have developed teaching tools such as role playing, case studies, case solving or presentation of own experience, that could be used within the framework of an awareness raising session. A key lesson emerging from the experience of conducting anti-corruption training is that there are no ready made awareness raising techniques that can be applied everywhere, irrespective of the local context. Anti-corruption awareness raising activities need to be tailored to the needs, knowledge and capacities of the target audience as well as to the specific circumstances of each country.
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