Promoting Ethical Anti-Corruption Practices in Indonesia

Still image from KPK Code of Ethics video campaign
Still image from KPK Code of Ethics video campaign

(Online) Indonesia, 14 March 2022 - The Supervisory Board of Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) established a code of ethics through Regulation No. 2 of 2021, applicable to all members of the commission regardless of rank. Drawing on input from academics and best practices in related institutions, the Board developed the following five core values for the KPK: integritas (integrity), sinergi (synergy), keadilan (justice/fairness), profesionalisme (professionalism), and kepemimpinan (leadership). The code of ethics unpack each of these values in greater detail, and include a series of behavioural guidelines for all KPK personnel.

To promote an in-depth understanding of this code for all KPK employees and the wider public, UNODC developed a campaign, consisting of 5 short films about the KPK’s core values and examples of ethical dilemmas, and 3 animated videos about ethics regulations, enforcement procedures and sanctions. Information on the code of ethics drew on KPK Supervisory Board Regulation No. 2, 3 and 4 of 2021.

An animated video that forms part of the campaign can be viewed here.

This campaign was part of activities funded by prosperity programming of the Government of the Republic of Korea. Footage (where available) and written summaries of UNODC webinars are publicly available via our website.

Other Useful Links:

  • The recent UNODC Webinar on Law Enforcement Integrity is publicly available for viewing in Bahasa, English, Thai and Vietnamese here
  • The footage of UNODC Anti-Corruption Webinars in Southeast Asia, where available, can be viewed on our social media page here
  • A summary of activities by the UNODC Anti-Corruption Team in Southeast Asia is available on our website here