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  6th NCOI 2011
(Past Event - This webpage is for information/archival Purposes Only)

Introduction

The goal of the Addressing the Ecosystem of Bribery and Corruption Forum is to cull out serious issues and concerns related to the topic at hand: how to mobilize a people movement against bribery and corruption in Malaysia energizing different religious perspectives while deploying personal professional and faith commitments? The end product is a people-driven agenda contained in a Cabinet Paper for tabling to Government.

[ Click here to read/comment on draft Memorandum ]

                           Programme (updated as of 9-Sep-2011)

8.30 am Arrival of Participants and Invited Guests.
9.00 am Welcome Address by Sdr Anis Yusal Yusoff, Member of MACC Advisory Panel on Consultation and Corruption Prevention and Co-Convener
9.15 am Keynote Plenary Session begins  

Moderator: 
Dato Dr Denison Jayassoria 

Keynote Response 1

Datuk Dr Shamsul Amri, Distinguished Professor, UKM

Keynote Response 2

Dato Paul Low, President of TI-M

Q&A for clarification
 
10.00 am Short Tea break
10.15 am Roundtable Session begins  

Moderator
 
Mr A. Jayanath
Core Group Member, Saya Anak Bangsa Malaysia  

Intervenors  
  1. Dato Syed Amin AlJeffri, former President MIA
  2. Ahmad Fuad Rahmat, Research Fellow Islamic Renaissance Front
  3. Bishop Hwa Yung, The Methodist Church of Malaysia
  4. Sdr. Edmund Bon, Malaysian Centre for Constitutionalism & Human Rights (MCCHR)
  5. Datin Halimah Mohd Said, Protem President PCORE (Association of Voices of Peace, Conscience and Reason)
  6. Professor Mahendhiran Nair, Deputy President Strategy and Head, School of Business, Monash University Malaysia
  7. Datu Abdul Ghafur Shariff, Chairman Sarawak Public Services Commission
  8. Dr Sarjit Singh of UPM
  9. Sabah Rep
  10. Mr NB Dayananda (Buddhist Representative)
12.00 pm Roundtable Discussion and the Way Forward  
12.30 pm Lunch and Dispersal
[ Click here to read/comment on draft Memorandum ]
 

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