Lokataru Foundation

Lokataru Foundation

Country: Indonesia
Website: lokataru.id
Social media: Twitter, Facebook
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Tel: +62 81519967110

Mission and vision

Lokataru Foundation is a non-profit organisation that works for a realisation of a collaborative and meaningful positive engagement among the state, communities and the private sector based on the values of human rights and the rule of law.

Our mission is to advance accountability of public and private institutions. We independently, fairly and objectively serve democracy, human rights and the rule of law by countering abuse of powers, corruption and human rights violations.

General description of the CSO work in governance and anti-corruption area

Our work focuses on capacity building of CSOs as well as policy reforms to prevent and fight corruption. We encourage trade unions, journalists and the general public to become a whistleblower, and provide them with a protection and legal defence before the court in instances of unfair criminal prosecutions. We target state agencies to responsively and independently work to eradicate corruption in Indonesia. In addition, we also encourage corporate entities to develop anti-corruption policies within their companies and to promote integrity within their institution.

Specific description of the CSO work in connection with the UNCAC

In partnership with other civil society groups and academics, we participate in conducting external oversight to the implementation of UNCAC and the National Action Plan for the Eradication of Corruption in Indonesia.

We continuously work to reform and fill the gap between the Indonesian legal frameworks and the UNCAC Standard.

A global civil society network promoting the implementation and monitoring of the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC)