DISCLOSURE IS NOT POLITICAL GENEROSITY

As part of the effort to promote principles of open governance and anti-corruption, we have once again published a book on the experiences of non-governmental organization (NGO) activists advocating for public disclosure. This book is an important read for legislators, members of the government bureaucracy, academics, and even NGO activists themselves.

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Those who happened to be in Aceh in the first days following to the tsunami disaster will be mezmerized with the change happening in this area.

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Research to measure level of corruption is a daunting task and need a good tool in order to get a good result. The main reason why it is extremely hard to measure corruption is because of the nature of the phenomena itself, which is by default will never conducted openly, often concealed very effectively.

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The research on corruption phenomena is one of the main activities of Transparency International Indonesia since its establishment in 2000. The Indonesian Corruption Perception Index Survey (CPI) is one of the relied products of TI-Indonesia, and had twice been launched to this day.

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