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11 factors behind the success of Indonesia's Corruption Eradication Commission -- and why it's a model for the Philippines
OF COUNTRIES PUBLISH AN ANNUAL REPORT
QUESTION #43 FROM OUR SURVEYS
- To enhance accountability and transparency, most of the Anti-corruption Authorities (ACAs) produce an annual report that lists their activities.
- Given that the ACAs effectiveness will depend upon other agencies, such as how quickly the courts dispose of corruption cases, the report also include details on the effect the actions of other agencies have had on its work.
Apr 03, 2013
The Corruption and Crime Commission (CCC) was established on 1 January 2004 following proclamation of the Corruption and Crime Commission Act on 30 December 2003. The CCC Act, which the CCC operates pursuant to, has two purposes; (1) to improve... Read More
OF COUNTRIES HAVE A STRATEGY IN DEALING WITH MEDIA
QUESTION #34 FROM OUR SURVEYS
- The media can shape public opinion and, most of all, change norms about corruption. There is a strong need for communication and collaboration to be effective in order to strengthen efforts to fight corruption.
- ACAs without a communications strategy have a significant disadvantage because they do not know when and how to inform citizens and the public. This can lead to the loss of allies and sometimes create unwitting enemies.