The National Congress on Integrity 2005 (NCI 2005) was an intense one-day look on the effects of corruption on national integrity. It provided a public platform for concerned hearts and minds to engage on the issue of corruption in a timely, extensive and inclusive dialogue. Christian leaders joined public, private and third sector leaders to address key issues and explore avenues to effect change. Good case studies on integrity were also highlighted and public discussions conducted will be collated as feedback for the Government.
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Corruption and Its Impact on Nationhood Keynote address - Speaker: Dato (Dr) Anwar Fazal, Director, Citizens International (biodata)
Moral and Theological Reflections Rt Rev. Dr Paul Tan Chee Ing (biodata)
Corruption – The Legal Perspective Mr Chooi Mun Sou
A Nation in Crisis?
Impact and Effect of Corruption on the Malaysian Society Dr Denison Jayasooria
Panel discussion and rebuttal YBhg Dato' Param Cumaraswamy (biodata) Dr Irene Fernandez K. Haridas (biodata)
Private Sector Experience and Challenges Mr David Wong
Public Sector Experiences and Challenges
YBhg Tan Sri Clifford Herbert
Pre-RoundTable Comments & Guiding Questions for Deliberations YBhg Dato' Param Cumaraswamy (biodata) Dr Irene Fernandez K. Haridas (biodata)
Closing YBhg Datuk Dr. Sulaiman bin Mahbob
Roundtable Discussion and Plenary Summing up for Feedback (there are no audio recordings for this breakout discussion. Watch out for the full report which will include input from these round table sessions)
What are the most pressing issues facing the country and what are the recommendations for action?
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