On March 14, 2019, Associate Professor (Associate Professor) of the “History of Kazakhstan, General Education disciplines and information systems” Department, PhD I. Musabekova held an open lesson on the “Formation of anti-corruption culture” topic among students of the 1st year in Kazakh taught groups. During the lesson, the audience was presented with informative theoretical materials in slides. In addition, the lesson was held in an active form of a game, which allowed students to understand the basics of forming an anti-corruption culture. During the lesson, the audience’s attention was focused on the most key points.
During the first business game, coupled with creativity and logical thinking, the guys concluded that conscience, honesty, incorruptibility is the basis of humanity, humanity, which should be laid in the basis of modern human education. Honor, conscience, justice as moral values, as the basis of spiritual improvement and a prosperous society should be in demand in modern society. These values are the basis for the formation of anti-corruption behavior of the individual.
Now simple diligence and professional competence in public service are no longer enough. The importance of such moral qualities as conscientiousness, decency, honesty is tremendously increasing. All this once again underlines the importance and necessity of strengthening the moral basis of the civil servant’s activities.
The lesson also considered the basic principles in the fight against corruption, contributing to the formation of an anti-corruption culture in society. These include the equality of all before the law and the court; ensuring clear legal regulation of the activities of state bodies, the legality and publicity of such activities; improving the structure of the state apparatus, personnel work; restoration of violated rights and legitimate interests of individuals and legal entities in connection with corruption offenses; ensuring the personal safety of citizens assisting in the fight against corruption offenses; carrying out operational investigative and other activities in order to identify, disclose, suppress and prevent corruption-related crimes. To disclose these principles, a business game in the form of debates between subgroups of the study group was held.
The Head of the Department and faculty of the “History of Kazakhstan, general education disciplines and information systems” Department were invited to the lesson.