Universitas Gadjah Mada is committed in eradicating corruption. After an anti-corruption cooperation established in 2006, UGM and the Anti-corruption Commission have agreed to have more collaborations, making use of UGM local publications and the Commission publications for anti-corruption measures in Grha Sabha Pramana, Bulaksumur, on Wednesday (18/6).
The agreement was signed by Deputy Rector for Cooperation and Alumni, Prof. Ir. Dwikorita Karnawati, M.Sc., Ph.D, and Deputy Chairman of the Commission, Adnan Pandu Praja, alongside a discussion held by UGM Student Executive Body.
The UGM local publications include thesis, dissertation, research, literature, and other documents with the topic related to corruption. The publications of the Commission can be accessed at http://acch.kpk.go.id.
“UGM welcomes the cooperation, in compliance with the agreement that we signed we very much support the measures to eradicate corruption,” said Vice Rector for Human Resource and Assetts, Prof. Dr. Ir. Budi Santoso Wignyosukarto, Dip.HE.
It was revealed that UGM understands the eight agenda of anti-corruption efforts as stated in the white paper of the Commission. UGM believes that those will become the strength in monitoring Indonesia’s leadership in the next five years as a sovereign country.
Adnan Pandu Praja said the cooperation was done with two universities in Yogyakarta, UGM and Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Sunan Kalijaga.