On 9 December, the International Anti-Corruption, Lithuanian law enforcement authorities and the youth organization Lijot will jointly conduct an awareness raising campaign to promote zero tolerance towards corruption.
With the International Anti-Corruption Day (9 December) approaching, Lithuanian schools are to receive cartoon books commissioned by the Special Investigation Service (STT) about corruption and its consequences. The cartoon books created for the youth aged 16–18 mocks people involved in different bribery situations.
The Special Investigation Service (STT) encourages all national residents to be civic and inform STT officials about corruption offences. Now they can do it faster and simpler, using a mobile application “Pranešk STT” (Inform STT).
By using the mobile app “Pranešk STT” on their smart phone people can inform STT about the demand to give a bribe, offer of a bribe, abuse of office or any other corruption offence, take a picture and attach a file with evidence and if necessary use the navigation that will take them to closest office of STT. The mobile application is suitable devices using Android and iOS software.
On 7-11 November, five officials from the Ukrainian National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) visited the Special Investigation Service (STT).