Achieving Good Governance with Board Game
Rio and Andre joined as board game coaches for Pendidikan Pengembangan Wawasan Keulamaan (PPWK) workshop held by Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission earlier this month. This workshop was attended by 41 representatives from PB Nahdlatul Ulama who were very enthusiast to spread insights about preventing corruption in Indonesia.
The young NU kiai were equipped with learning materials about Islam and nationality, Fikih Tawassuth and Tasamuh in building peace and no corruption in Indonesia, and also the procedure of developing NU as social movement. In one of their session, the participants played “Mau Dibantu?” board games as a way to learn about good governance.
Before playing the game, Rio explained about the game and its rule. Players act as state civil apparatus and need to complete the documents request from citizen. During the game, players need to be aware of someone who wants to disturb the process.