Commemoration of 2020 World Anti-Corruption Day

Commemoration of 2020 World Anti-Corruption Day
Writer :
Humas Itjen
Editor :
Annisa YH
Translator :
Intan Qonita N

JAKARTA (15 December 2020) - Coinciding with the commemoration of World Anti-Corruption Day (Hakordia) on 9 December, the Ministry of Social Affairs, which in this case is led by the Inspectorate General and the Center for Social Counseling, held a series of activities to commemorate Hakordia.

The series of events aimed at building integrity and internalizing anti-corruption values, especially for ASN of the Ministry of Social Affairs, was the Anti-Corruption Virtual Workshop with speakers from the State Civil Service Agency (BKN) and the Government Goods Service Procurement Policy Institute (LKPP) which was held on December 8, 2020 last, and culminating today, namely the Town Hall Meeting Workshop on Anti-Corruption with speakers from the Indonesian Attorney General's Office, Commission VIII of the Indonesian House of Representatives and the Financial and Development Supervisory Agency.

This year's Hakordia commemoration has the theme "Building Awareness of All Elements of the Nation in Anti-Corruption Culture". This activity is expected to build an anti-corruption commitment and internalize anti-corruption values ​​within the Civil Servant of the Indonesian Ministry of Social Affairs. The activity, which was held at the Aneka Bhakti Building, was attended by 63 high-ranking middle and high-ranking officials within the Ministry of Social Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia face-to-face and 720 participants online as well as four resource persons from various Ministries/Other Agencies who took an active role in preventing crime. corruption.

After presenting Ir. Ikak Gayuh Patriastomo, MSP (Deputy for Legal Affairs and Settlement of Government Goods/Services Procurement Policy Institute (LKPP) Disputes) and Bima Haria Wibisana (Head of the State Civil Service Agency) on December 8, today's Town Hall Meeting presented Brigadier General Pol. Yudhiawan Wibisono, S.I.K, M.Si (Head of Regional Coordinator I of the Corruption Eradication Commission), Dr. Patris Yusian Jaya, SH. MH. (Coordinator at the Junior Attorney General for Special Crimes of the Attorney General's Office), Agustina Arumsari, Ak, MH, CFE, CFrA, CA, QIA (Deputy for Investigation of Financial and Development Supervisory Agency) and Dr. H. M Ali Taher Parasong, SH., M. Hum (Member of Commission VIII DPR RI). All of them presented various kinds of interesting materials to increase the competence and awareness of Civil Servants of the Ministry of Social Affairs on the importance of anti-corruption attitudes and culture.

In this activity, the Ad Interim Minister of Social Affairs, Muhadjir Effendy also had the opportunity to give awards to several work units within the Ministry of Social Affairs for their integrity and achievements.

The work units that received the award were "Handayani" Social Rehabilitation Center for Children in Need of Special Protection (BRSAMPK) in Jakarta representing 15 work units for their commitment to building an Integrity Zone Towards a Corruption Free Area (WBK), the Directorate General of Poverty Handling for their commitment to building a Gratification Control Unit (UPG), "Wasana Bahagia" Social Rehabilitation Center for People Living with HIV (BRSODH) in Ternate for Top 99 achievements in the Public Service Innovation Competition (KIPP), and "Kartini" Social Rehabilitation Center for Persons with Intellectual Disabilities (BBRSPDI) in Temanggung for the Top 15 Special Categories in the Public Service Innovation Competition (KIPP).

Muhadjir said, “Behind every award given, there is a heavy responsibility that is borne. Awards are like a mirror that must always be clean when used to reflect. The award must be able to describe and reflect what is described in the award."

In addition, the Inspector General of the Indonesian Ministry of Social Affairs, Dadang Iskandar also revealed, “Corruption can happen to anyone. Therefore, we must start anti-corruption traits and attitudes starting from ourselves, continuing to families and then institutions. What is happening now should be a valuable lesson for the Ministry of Social Affairs. We must not fall and must rise to improve all aspects so that there is no more gap for all forms of fraud."

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