Fraud and corruption are harmful to the economy and to the lives of citizens, but there are ways to prevent and detect them. The European Commission and the EU Member States share responsibility for ensuring that EU Funds are spent properly. With this aim in mind, the European Commission is continuously looking for ways to advance the fight against fraud and corruption.
This includes providing Member States’ authorities and anti-fraud practitioners with new tools and materials that will make it easier for them to prevent, detect, report and prosecute fraud and corruption in relation to EU funds.
Finding the right information on the topic can be challenging even for anti-fraud professionals. So what if we could offer them access in one place to videos, good practices examples, case studies, links to relevant legislation and other material on fraud prevention and detection in their own language ?
This is why the European Commission created the online EU Funds Anti-fraud Knowledge and Resource Centre. Enjoy navigating through the different sections, learn, get inspired and build capacities at your own path.
The information presented on this website is based on the cohesion policy regulations for 2013-2020. It shall not constitute an interpretation of EU law and does not commit the European Commission. Only the Court of Justice of the European Union is competent to authoritatively interpret Union law