The Role of Non-Governmental Organization as a Civil Society in Corruption Supervision

Sri Rahayu, Cecep Darmawan
2022 Advances in Social Science, Education and Humanities Research   unpublished
The case of corruption in Indonesia has become a very crucial problem, which threatens various sectors of life, one of which is in government. Various efforts have been made by the government, including the establishment of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK). However, it is not enough to establish the institution, but the support of various elements is needed. Such as the Non-Governmental Organization which is a forum for expressing public opinions and thoughts and has a role in
more » ... ing active community participation in national development. And civil society is a group of people formed as an organization that has the power to balance the government and has distinctive characteristics, namely volunteerism, self-sufficiency, and self-reliance. This study examines the role of Non-Governmental Organizations as civil society in efforts to control corruption. The method used in this research is a literature study. The results of the study indicate that with the volunteerism of the Non-Governmental Organization in National development, it can be said that the Non-Governmental Organization is a civil society. Which has a role as a forum for the community to convey their aspirations to the government. So it can be said that the Non-Governmental Organization as an organization representing civil society, becomes very strategic as a liaison between the community and government institutions.
doi:10.2991/assehr.k.220108.078 fatcat:6uwn27imkrd2pevgkqocrihjpm