UNODC's Fifth Talk Series
Corruption the socio-economic context in Indonesia
Date: Monday, September 14, 2009
Time: 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Place: Papua Room, United Nations, Menara Thamrin Building 7th Floor, Jl. M.H. Thamrin, Jakarta 10250 Indonesia
Topic: Corruption the socio-economic context in Indonesia
Speaker: Dr. H.S. Dillon, Executive Director of Centre for Agricultural Policy Studies
United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime will be organising its fifth talk in the Talk Series on "Indonesia's Fight against Corruption". The aim of the talk series is to analyse the current status of the laws, institutions, and public participation in the fight against corruption of the nation. A distinguished speaker delivers the talk followed by an hour long discussion on the topic. We would like to cordially invite you to attend and participate in our fifth talk in the series.
About the speaker: Dr. Harbrinderjit Singh Dillon, more commonly known as H. S. Dillon, is an Indonesian Indian who has occupied a variety of positions in Indonesian political life, including assistant to the Minister of Agriculture and Commissioner of the National Commission on Human Rights . Pak Dillon is the former Executive Director of Partnership for Governance Reform in Indonesia (Kemitraan) and has been an outspoken critic of corruption in Indonesia. Dr. Dillon obtained his Ph.D (1983) at Cornell University in agricultural economics.