Graftbusters from 10 different Asian nations arrive to
attend two-day regional conference of the Asian Ombudsman Association (AOA). The activity aims to bring together the
heads of various ombudsman and accountability institutions in Asia, academic scholars, and representatives of non-government
organizations to discuss the various factors related to the independence, accountability, accessibility and mandate of the
The Office of the Ombudsman of the Philippines will launch the
Declaration of Ombudsmanship Principles that will guide all anti-graft institutions in the performance of their mandated functions.
The Declaration outlines the key concepts and core principles of
ombudsmanship including institutional competence, independence, accessibility, accountability, responsiveness and cooperation.
It seeks to, among others, promote ombudsmanship as a credible means of combating administrative injustice and mal-administration,
and to provide a direction for its future growth and further development in the region.
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Ehem -- the anti-corruption initiative
of the Philippine Jesuits echoes the urgent call for cultural reform against corruption in the Philippines. Ehem
aims at bringing people to a renewed sensitivity to the evil of corruption and its prevalence in ordinary life. It seeks ultimately
to make them more intensely aware of their own vulnerability to corruption, their own uncritiqued, often unwitting practice
of corruption in daily life. Ehem hopes to bring people, in the end, to a commitment to live the way of Ehemplo --- critical
of corruption, intent on integrity!
Management Association of the Philippines MAP is a management organization
committed to promoting management excellence. The members of the MAP represent a cross-section of CEOs, COOs and other top
executives from the top local and multinational companies operating in the country, including some top officials of government
and the academe.
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