An important part of educational activities and priority activities of the Faculty of Law is the active anti-corruption policy of the Law Faculty of ENU. L.N. Gumilev, aimed at an uncompromising attitude to corruption phenomena among the teaching staff and students. It is especially important to conduct anti-corruption propaganda among students in order to create an aversion to corruption and corruption actions, because in the future, students will join the ranks of civil servants, some of them will take the leadership positions of state organizations where there is a favorable opportunity for corruption risks.
For example, on April 11, 2018, the International Round Table was held on the topic: "Modern Trends in Combating Corruption Crimes," with the participation of foreign scientists from the Russian Federation, Kyrgyzstan. The organizer of this event is the Department of Criminal Law Disciplines of the Faculty of Law.
At this event, topical problems of criminal policy in the Republic of Kazakhstan, modern methods of combating these types of offenses were considered.
The moderator of this event was Amandykova Saule Koshkenovna - Dean of the Faculty of Law, Doctor of Law, Professor, who delivered a welcoming speech and an interesting report on the topic: "Actual problems of preventing corruption offenses".
It is noteworthy that among the invited practitioners an interesting performance was Biybetova Sayat Bolatovich - police lieutenant colonel, head of the cycle "Criminalistics and special equipment", the Training Center of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan. He made a presentation on the topic: "Practical Issues in Identifying Corruption Crimes in the Republic of Kazakhstan," in which he detailed the latest legal trends applied in Kazakhstan to identify and suppress corruption offenses, especially the prevention of corruption in state bodies. In his speech, he stressed that in the prevention of corruption offenses it is necessary to educate anti-corruption behavior from an early age, even from a school bench.
Also, further on, Baimoldina Svetlana Malikovna, an associate professor of criminal and legal disciplines, candidate of legal sciences, with the theme of the report: "Criminal responsibility for corruption crimes in the Republic of Kazakhstan", in which she revealed the specifics of criminal liability under the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan, improvement of anti-corruption legislation in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
Among the foreign participants was declared Mongush Alla Loppanovna - Ph.D., head. Chair of the Department of State Educational Institution of Law of Tuva State University (Republic of Tuva) FGBOU HPE "Tuva State University" (Russian Federation) with the theme of the report: "Prevention of Corruption Crimes in the Russian Federation".
In addition, renowned scientists of the Republic of Kazakhstan were announced as participants. Baurzhan M. Smatlaev - Professor of the Department of Criminal Law Disciplines, Doctor of Laws; Akpanov Arystan nokeshevich - Professor of the Department of Criminal Law Disciplines, Doctor of Law: Professor of the Department of Criminal Law Disciplines, Doctor of Legal Sciences Baltabaev Kuanysh Zhetpisovich, Professor of the Chair of Criminal Law Disciplines, Doctor of Law, Skakov Aydrakan Baidekovich and others.
Also, an interesting report was made by a third-year student from Bishkek: Tazagul Kumybekovna Mamatalieva is a 3rd-year student of the Law Office, the Republic of Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek. The theme of her report is "Nepotism and Corruption".
Bolatbekova Inkar Kuatkyzy and Zholimova Asel Asemzhanovna - students of 3 courses of SF, ENU them. L.N. Gumilyov spoke with the theme of the Docde: "The role of the media in the implementation of anti-corruption policy."
Among the PPS there were Selikhanov Zh.D., Muratkhanova MB, Ashimova EA, Ospanov AN and students of the third year of the Kazakh department.
Summing up the results, the participants came to the conclusion that the legal support for the fight against corruption in Kazakhstan is quite settled, however, in order to completely eliminate corruption, it is necessary to improve methods of fighting corruption.