Earlier this month, Indonesia’s Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) held Anti-Corruption Teacher Supercamp 2016 in Nusa Dua, Bali. 50 teachers from all over Indonesia were selected to join the supercamp where they can choose to join workshop, such as comic, short movie scenario, short stories and picture tales. The purpose of this event is to enhance the role of teachers in applying anti-corruption education at school.
Between the workshop, KPK also gave learning session about Integrity School Governance (Tata Kelola Sekolah Berintegritas) from GIZ Indonesia. In the session, all the teachers were invited to play “Jaga Sekolahku” and Eko became the moderator during the play session. The teachers were introduced on how they can involve in creating integrity within the school governance system.
All the teachers also played anti-corruption board games created by KPK and Kummara, such as “Keranjang Bolong” for kindergarten, “Kuartet Sahabat Pemberani” and “Sahabat Pemberani Permainan Kejujuran” for primary school, “CSI” and “Terajana” for high school and “Ksatria” for all age.