April 16, 17, or 18, 2013 at 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM

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ICE Training House 
Jl. Ampera Raya, Komp. Polri, A/75 Kemang
Jakarta 12550

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Bonita Ellison  (IMCE)

Lukmansjah Masputra (ICE)

2024133819 (USA) USA

+62816863283 Indonesia






The Indonesia Center for Ethics, The International Management Center for Ethics (US) and Stakeholder Intelligence (UK) offer a customized and integrated ethical compliance program  for companies and organizations who wants to establish a world-class culture of business integrity.

This one day workshop integrates core solutions to help you establish and maintain an effective basic corporate compliance program.  The objectives are to :

  • Encourage and assist corporation in Indonesia in implementing CSR strategies and programs;
  • Promote ethical business practices among corporations in Indonesia;
  • Promote anti-corruption laws, protect devastating reputational and financial impact on your organization; empower employees to accurately identify, prevent and report possible violations with anti-corruption training;
  • Achieve organizational sustainability.

Highlights of the Workshop:

  • Ethics development and integration
  • Integrity Management
  • Anti-Corruption and Bribery Policy development and embedding
  • International Best practice advice and regulatory insight (UK Bribery Act, EU Regulation, US FCPA enforcement, Dodd Frank Act, Lacey Act etc)


US$500 per day/participant (Corporate)

US$300 per day/participant (Government)

NGO's and Academics must contact the organizer directly.



If you are interested in our workshop please register now:


Toby WebbToby Webb, London, UK:
Founder of Stakeholder Intelligence, a research and training company, and Ethical Corporation, the leading global business media and events firm in sustainability, since 2001. He's also a lecturer and PhD candidate at Birkbeck College, University of London, where I teach Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability Strategy to company managers and MSc students.  Co-chair of David Cameron’s Corporate Responsibility Working Group from 2006-2008 and co-author of UK Government CSR policy now being implemented. Toby.Webb@stakeholderintel.com

Dr. Gadis Arivia, Indonesia Center for Ethics, (Indonesia):

Founder of Indonesia Center for Ethics (ICE), a non-profit organization in Jakarta, Indonesia.  Promotes research, education and public disclosure about ethics in business, environment, government and public life in Indonesia. Recent work is on VPSHR (Voluntary Principle on Security and Human Rights) working with NGOs, companies and government to implement VPSHR in Indonesia. A lecturer at the University of Indonesia (UI) on philosophy and ethics.

Erry RianaErry Riyana Hardjapamekas (Indonesia):

Advisor of ICE and VPSHR champion.  He is also a member of EITI Board and on the boards of several corporations domiciled in ASEAN. Since January 2011 he has been chair of Independent Team of National Bureaucracy Reform. He is the former president director of the Indonesian National Tin Mining Company (PT Timah) and the former vice chairman of the Indonesian Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) and the former consultant to the United Nations' Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) to assist its anticorruption campaign project in Afghanistan.