This publication showcases how governments and civic tech communities around the world can work…
This report reveals connections between public officials and the energy industry, particularly coal…
Corruption in the public procurement sector continues to be a global issue. According to a report…
The Government’s commitment to eradicating and preventing corruption throughout the year 2022 must…
The practice of concurrent positions continues to be a problem in Indonesia. In general, the…
Good governance requires information disclosure as one of its foundations. Simultaneously, freedom…
Indonesia Corruption Watch analyzed infrastructure tenders in 2020 to understand how the country…
In the past 10 years, 53% of public tenders in Indonesia were about constructions. It is recorded…
In 2018, Indonesia Corruption Watch (ICW) initiated various advocacy work to encourage public…
Public procurement is essential to development. Fair and equitable development may also lead to…
The future of corruption eradication is increasingly threatened. The implications of the enactment…
At the end of January 2021, National Police Chief Idham Azis officially retired. As one of the law…
Indonesia is a country that is ranked first in Southeast Asia regarding the number of cases of …
The police is a State organ that has been separated from ABRI as the armed forces since the post-…
The coal industry has had a lot of negative impacts. Upstream, children die as a result of…
The use of influencers in the age of social media marketing for product engagement and promotion,…
The COVID-19 pandemic not only impacted the health aspect of society, but also economically. Many…
Indonesia's experience in handling various large-scale disasters, in particular natural disasters,…
Public Accountability Review (PAR) Potential Conflict of Interest in COVID-19 Policies Indonesia…
Recommendations for Amendment to General Election Commission Regulation (PKPU) in Following Up on…