Indonesia: Anti-Corruption

Sub-Programme 2 focuses on supporting the Government's anti-corruption efforts by (1) identifying and investigating corrupt practices by public officials, (2) increasing the engagement of civil society and the media in combating corruption and (3) identifying and acting on money laundering activity and recovering stolen assets.

UNODC will work closely with the Government of Indonesia in implementing the National Anti-Corruption Strategy for the Prevention and Eradication of Corruption (STRANAS-PPK). It will actively take active part in the monitoring and evaluation of STRANAS-PPK, in partnership with the Government and civil society. UNODC will continue to support specialized, anti-corruption training programmes for Corruption Eradication Commission, Indonesian National Police, Attorney General's Office, Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre, the courts and the State Audit Board. In addition, UNODC will target a wider audience through the development of a Computer-Based Training module on anti-corruption. UNODC will support increased inter-agency cooperation and coordination amongst anti-corruption agencies. It will also focus on expanding capacity building activities at the sub-national level.

Apart from joint implementation of its anti-corruption programme with NGOs like Kemitraan, Indonesia Corruption Watch and Transparency International Indonesia, UNODC will continue to support the strengthening of civil society groups through the provision of small grants to be used for anti-corruption activities. UNODC will continue to assist the judicial complaint-post mechanisms operated by NGOs that it supports in conjunction with the Judicial Commission and which currently operate in 9 provinces. In terms of encouraging and supporting media participation in combating corruption, UNODC will provide trainings in media investigations of corruption. UNODC also envisions embarking on a nationwide anti-corruption campaign targeted at women and children to increase knowledge about corruption and how to prevent it. The Office will also continue with its monthly talk series on "Indonesia's Fight against Corruption". These talks gather a wide spectrum of people and encourage discussion about corruption.

Activities designed to identify and prevent money laundering and to assist in asset recovery will focus on improving the training and increasing the resources of Government officials. Ongoing UNODC projects in this area will install Go Case and Go AML software in targeted Government agencies. UNODC will provide training on how to use the software and technical backstopping. In collaboration with the StAR Initiative, UNODC will support the provision of training to key Indonesian agencies in asset tracing and recovery, investigative interviewing, advanced techniques for financial investigations and fraud and corruption prevention techniques. This will include specific training in drafting Mutual Legal Assistance requests, and case analysis on how to determine the most optimal financial investigative technique in a particular investigation.

The implementing partners of UNODC in Indonesia for Sub-Programme 2 are: Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre, Corruption Eradication Commission, Ministry of Law and Human Rights, Attorney General's Office, Indonesian National Police, State Audit Board, the Judicial Commission, Financial Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre, the Ministry of Finance, the Bank of Indonesia, the Supreme Court, Indonesia Corruption Watch, Transparency International Indonesia and Kemitraan.


Indonesia Country Programme; Sub Programme 2: Anti Corruption


National Strategy for Corruption Prevention and Eradication / National Strategy on CPE 2012-2025; 2012-2014