What's happening in PresUniv
Pandemic does not make the corruptor stop doing corruption. They keep going on. Then, are there any ways to prevent it? That was the material that the students of Law Study Program, President University (PresUniv), were discussing, in a book review event entitled "Cegah Korupsi dengan Pencegahan GRC", Wednesday (5/5). GRC is the abbreviation of Governance, Risk & Compliance.
According to Esther Roseline, the author of the book entitled "Prevent Corruption with GRC Prevention", GRC function is to prevent corruption in an organization. There are four types of GRC approach, which are culture, governance, risk management, and obedience. "Cegah Korupsi dengan Pencegahan GRC," said Esther firmly. The other interviewees, Dr. Muh. Ibnu Fajar Rahim, S.H., M.H, a public prosecutor, support Roseline's statement. He then displayed a set of data and facts about the current situation of corruption in Indonesia. He said, "This book is relevant to Indonesia's current condition." Meanwhile, the Head of Law Study program PresUniv, Dr. Dra. Fennieka Kristianto, S.H., M.H., M.A., M.Kn., stated that the challenge of the GRC concept is on its implementation. If it is successfully implemented, it will have a positive impact on Indonesia. (Steven Chaniago, PR team. Photo: PUMA Law).