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Ethics and Integrity Trainer Program in El Salvador

El Salvador, November 16, 2020. Schools, universities and training centers constitute the strongest axes of socialization in societies, hence the culture of legality through educational processes at different levels is a successful strategy to promote social change sustainable over time.

In this sense, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime for Central America and the Caribbean (UNODC ROPAN), through the Global Programme for the Implementation of the Doha Declaration, offered a training of trainers aimed at Salvadoran teachers.
In El Salvador, education aims to achieve a just society, through the integral development of the person, which implies going beyond the teaching of arts and sciences.
This training, which took place from September 25 to December 4 (36 hours), was offered taking into account that educating in ethical values from an early age prevents violence, crime and corruption in its various forms.
The 75 educators who participated in these training sessions learned about the rule of law, as well as the fundamentals of ethics and integrity. They, in turn, will be able to transmit this knowledge to boys and girls in primary and secondary education so that they can develop the skills and behave according to the canons of ethics and integrity for the construction of a just, inclusive, and peaceful society.
Global Programme for the Implementation of the Doha Declaration is an instrument that recognizes the fundamental importance of universal education for children and youth, for the prevention of crime and corruption, as well as for the promotion of sustainable development.