Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW)

ECOSOC Status: None
Type: NGO working on Crime
Address: Jalan Kalibata Timur IV/D
No. 6 Jakarta Selatan
Country: Indonesia
Region: Southern and Eastern Asia
UN Languages:
Other languages: Indonesian
  • Education
  • Prevention
  • Anti-Corruption

  • Other:'Governance'
Short description:
Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) was established on 21 June 1998 and is the leading NGO based in Jakarta which focuses on fighting corruption. Its main goal is to promote good governance in economic, social and political arena and gender justice. ICW’s activities include tackling corruption in the judicial system by encouraging public examination of corruption, bringing corruption cases to law enforcement agencies to raise public awareness, monitoring campaign and political finance spending in the national as well as local elections, and endorsing better law on anticorruption such as the Freedom of Information Act, the Whistleblower Protection Act, Anticorruption Act and Election Act. Indonesia Corruption Watch also conducts specific research and advocacy on asset recovery issues and publish shadow reports on the implementation of UNCAC in Indonesia. This is the only report that was conducted on behalf of civil society in Indonesia.
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