The ball started rolling in January. Arianne Kassman, coordinator of Transparency International (TI) Papua New Guinea's Youth Against Corruption Association (YACA), sent an e-mail to GYACers in East Asia Pacific region.
"I am looking for an opportunity where in which youth…Continue
What have GYACers done in the International Anti-Corruption Day?
Here's a recap on the events organised and attended by our friends in different parts of the world. If you want to have your activities listed here, let me know, I'll update the story a.s.a.p.…Continue
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All Indonesians know corruption is harmful, but ironically it persists, if not has been increasingly practised. Indonesia needs a new strategy to fight the plague: it is time to convince every citizen, the "usual" people, to empower themselves and began to fight it pro-actively.
Most of the time, corruption is discussed normatively as a big, national issue, with grand strategy and conspiracy involved. However the truth shows us corruption stems from small things we do unwittingly,…Continue
It's International Anti-Corruption Day, a momentum to remind us that fighting corruption should be done consistently every single day! Retha Dungga of clubSPEAK tells us what the youth anti-corruption club and Transparency International Indonesia are planning to do to commemorate it.…Continue
How do you think the technologically-literate people empower the fight against corruption? You may think they'll use the most advanced gizmos to track or spy on the corrupters. Or at least, developing high-tech methods to catch the grafters red-handed.
But just like how the smartest guys are the ones…
This post is a mash up from 2 writings:
"Facilitating Cross-cultural Workshop" by Retha Dungga
From Yahoo News: A junior Indonesian tax official whose testimony in a corruption trial and exploits out of court shocked a nation normally used to excess was jailed for seven years on Wednesday in a case analysts say tests the country's commitment to tackling graft.
The saga of Gayus Tambunan, who had earlier been found guilty of bribery and misusing his position, has both entertained and scandalised a nation used to paying backhanders for even routine government services,…Continue
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Generasi muda menganggap korupsi sebagai praktek normal
"Pak guru, saya pikir prinsip Sinar Matahari bisa dipakai untuk mencegah korupsi," kata seorang murid dalam kelas. Mentari ampuh membunuh kuman, ucapnya.
Ia lalu bertanya bagian mana dari tubuh yang paling banyak dipenuhi kuman. "Ketiak, kaki, dan, hehehe, alat kelamin, karena ketiganya jarang…Continue
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