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Transparency International Indonesia (TI-I)
Transparency International Indonesia (TI-I) was established in Jakarta in September 2000 by a number of anti-corruption activists and professionals committed to the creation of a transparent and accountable government in Indonesia. TI-I is unique among Indonesian NGOs in Indonesia because it combines the work of a think-tank and a social movement organisation. As a think-tank, TI-I conducts policy reviews and policy or legal drafting, and promotes policy reforms within government and law enforcement agencies. One of TI-I’s biggest achievements is to operationalise anti-corruption approaches and tools into various policy areas such as procurement, transparency in public budgets and participatory budgeting. As a social movement organisation, TI-I mobilises resources to fight against corruption through advocacy and campaign works.