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One Woman One Voice TO FIGHT Corruption. Laras Susanti (USG Alum) Fadhilatul Hikmah (USG Alum) Marlon Cornelio (Partner from Philippines) Wisnu Prasetyo Utomo (Journalist from Indonesia). WHAT?.

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one woman one voice to fight corruption
One Woman One Voice TO FIGHT Corruption

Laras Susanti (USG Alum)

Fadhilatul Hikmah (USG Alum)

Marlon Cornelio (Partner from Philippines)

Wisnu Prasetyo Utomo (Journalist from Indonesia)

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WHAT?
  • One Woman One Voiceto Fight Corruption, is aimed in empowering community, particularly womenin rural area combating corruption. The project will be conductedby interviewing six women corruption fighters in Indonesia and Philippines, sharing the interviewvideos in varied channels(website and social media) and seminars to inspire more women, encourage them to tell their stories, and collect power.
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WHY?

Rampant Corruption

According to Transparency International (TI) Corruption Perception Index (CPI) 2013, Indonesia was rank in 144 meanwhile Philippines was set in 94 out of 175 countries.

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Effect of Rampant Corruption

  • Particularly, corruption has been negatively affecting ASEAN countries. In both Indonesia and Philippines, corruption undermines quality of democracy in which leads to violation of human rights.
  • Low income citizens are treated unfair when it comes to pursue their rights, such as education or health services because they got nothing to bribe officer.
  • The unfair service effects worse to vulnarable group like woman and children. As a result, the circle of poverty takes place.
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HOW?

Interviewing Insipiring Women CorruptionFighters from Rural Area

Developing Social Channels

Conducting Seminars—inviting women community and governmental institutions

Collective Power Combating Corruption

team background

WHO?

Team Background

Ms. Susanti is anti-corruption activist from Indonesia working with Center for Anti-Corruption Studies, Faculty of Law, University of GadjahMada(PUKAT Korupsi). She holds undergrade law degree from the Faculty of Law, University of GadjahMada (UGM). As she believes that she needs to improve her knowledge and skill in order to give more to her community, she pursued her master education at Asian and Comparative Law Master Program, School of Law, University of Washington supported by USAID, The Asia Foundation, and UW under scholarship program called Educating and Equipping for Tomorrow’s Justice Reformers (E2J). Additionally, she is now serving as Global Coordinating Body (GCB) Representative for East Asia and Pacific Region of Global Youth Anti-Corruption (GYAC) Network—an international network of activist, journalist, and ICT expert who are working on issue of good governance and anti-corruption. She can be reached by email at larass@uw.edu, or larassusanti@gmail.com, or via skype at laras.susanti.

Laras Susanti (USG Alum)

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Iqbal Felisiano(USG Alum)

Iqbal isa lecturerat Faculty of Law, University ofAirlangga.Heholds undergrade law degree from the Faculty of Law, University of Airlangga and master degree from Asian and Comparative Law, School of Law, University of Washington undersupported by USAID, The Asia Foundation, and UW under scholarship program called Educating and Equipping for Tomorrow’s Justice Reformers (E2J).

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Ms. Hikmah is currently a junior lecturer at Faculty of UniversitasGadjahMada (UGM) in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. She also holds a researcher at the Center for World Trade Studies of UGM. In 2012, she got Barer Fellowship to pursue her master degree in Sustainable International Development Law Program, School of Law, University of Washington. She has worked as an intern as Cosco focusing in taxes management.

  • Fadhillatul Hikmah
partner from philipiness
Partner from Philipiness
  • He isa youth activist and development worker. Currently, he is working as Executive Director of Center for Youth Advocacy and Networking (CYAN), an NGO promoting youth development and participation in the Philippines. Prior to this worked in the academia local and international NGOs, and in the government. Furthermore, Mr. Cornelio has been working as ICT Coordinator of GYAC, the same network as Ms. Susanti works. He has been joining many international conferences related to corruption and governance. He could be reached at cornelio25@gmail.com.

Marlon Cornelio

partner from indonesia
Partner from Indonesia
  • Mr. Utomo graduated from Faculty of Political Science and Governance, University of Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia. His interest to journalism was started since he was a freshman. He was working with UGM Bulaksumur Student Press as the chief of editor. He founded a community radio in Yogyakarta and now is working as a Media Researcher with Pindai Institute. His email address is utama4@gmail.com.
  • Wisnu Prasetya Utomo
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ONE WOMAN

ONE VOICE

TOGETHER

WE CAN FIGHT CORRUPTION