UNODC begins 2013 Indonesia Anti-Corruption Behaviour Index Survey
Jakarta (Indonesia), 24 October 2013 - UNODC Indonesia today launched the 2013 Indonesia Anti-Corruption Behaviour Index Survey at a training workshop for provincial survey coordinators in Jakarta. This is the first of similar activities in 33 provinces to train provincial data surveyors who will then collect data across Indonesia for the Survey.
The Anti-Corruption Behaviour Survey is a national programme that measures individual Indonesians' anti-corruption knowledge, attitudes and experiences. The Survey also assesses the nationwide implementation of the National Anti-Corruption Strategy for the Prevention and Eradication of Corruption (STRANAS-PPK) to establish a culture of zero tolerance for corruption in the country. A key activity in support of this assessment is to set the baselines for the STRANAS-PPK anti-corruption strategies.
This year, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) Indonesia, financially supported by the Australian Development Agency (AusAid) through the Australian company
CARDNO, is assisting the Indonesian Government to conduct the Indonesia Anti-Corruption Behavior Index 2013.
UNODC will also conduct national and international conferences to help design anti-corruption education and campaign programming. UNODC will also support an international conference to build an ASEAN members' integrity and anti-corruption network and a forum to exchange information on best practices to prevent and eradicate corruption using anti-corruption monitoring tools..
The Anti-Corruption Behaviour Survey results are expected to be released in early January 2014.
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