A pressing need exists for a public service that performs with high integrity and builds a bond of trust with all Indonesian citizens. As lesson learned from the New Order, low integrity lead to high level of collusion, corruption and nepotism (KKN) in the government had resulted a multidimensional problem in national development. Kemitraan believes that it is crucial to put integrity as a priority element in the effort to promote good and sustainable governance. Since 2009 Kemitraan working together with TIRI- Making Integrity Work International to support several programs related to integrity, among others, enhancing human resources capacity through I-PIEN (Public Integrity Education Network Indonesia), building Public Sector competence in ethics through Integrity @ Work Programme, and raising standards of reporting in non-profits through GrantCheck Program.
By the end of December 2012 Tiri had already expanded the number of university partners in the Indonesia IEN network to 109 member institutions. The progress made by I-PIEN is the completion of six integrity teaching modules for six academic subjects to complement the Anti-Corruption curriculum initiated by the Ministry of Education’s Council for Higher Education (Dikti). The six teaching modules (Islam and Integrity, Law, Public Administration, Communication, Public Health and Business Ethics) were presented at the ASEAN conference and seminar in April 2013.
The GrantCheck program was able to create important discourse regarding the integrity of philanthropic and civil society organizations as well as the organizers of CSR.
Integrity @Work achieved to produce eight short-movies on the challenge of building integrity in government institutions, at both local and national level. They will be used for training in ministries and local government training centers around Indonesia.
|Project name||:||Strengthening Indonesia’s Integrity Capital – TIRI|
|Source of funds||:||the Netherlands|
|Project duration||:||December 2009 – December 2012|
|Geographical focus||:||Aceh, North Sumatera, West Sumatera, South Sumatera, Jakarta, Banten, West Java, Central Java, DIY, East Java, Bali, West Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan, South Kalimantan, East Kalimantan, South Sulawesi, National|
Paramadina University (main), Panca Bhakti University, Pelita Harapan University (UPH), Sunan Ampel Islamic State University (IAIN Sunan Ampel), Hasanudin University (UNHAS) and Andalas University (UNAND), Ministry of Public Administration and Public Reform, the Business Integrity Group, TIRI, PFI, Tanjungpura University, Makassar State University, Unika Soegijapranata, ASPIKOM Riau, Nusa Cendana University, Center Resource UMB, UNISBA
|Beneficiaries||:||Integrity Education Network members, student, lecturer, public administration colleges, CSOs, and government officials|
|Responsible Kemitraan Officer||:||Natalia Hera Setiyawati|
|Responsible KemitraanUnit||:||Democratic & Justice Governance (DJG)|