Diskusi: Melawan Korupsi di Sektor Sumber Daya Alam (Jakarta, 25 Januari 2019)

Our natural resources are being exploited and harmed at an alarming rate, disrupting economic growth, harming the people, and degrading our environment. In the forestry sector, for instance, the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) recorded 77-81 percent of unreported or illegally sourced timber from 2003 to 2014, costing Indonesia $6.5-9 billion in uncollected non-tax revenues.

Join us at Gedung KPK Lama (Pusat Edukasi Anti Korupsi) on Friday, 25 January 2019 to discuss what corruption is and the role of youth in fighting corruption in natural resources sector.

We are also going to launch Indonesian Young Thought Leaders (IYTL) on Environment 2019. Come to find out how you can win an international internship experience at one of the world’s top environmental think tanks.

Register now on bit.ly/lawankorupsiSDA

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