Walking for a corruption free Malaysia

On December 9, our movement and activists around the world came together to celebrate International Anti-Corruption Day. In Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, our chapter organised a public walk against corruption.

The walk was a peaceful, non political event aimed at affirming public support in fighting corruption across all sectors of society. Approximately 230 people participated in the walk which covered a distance of 2.5km around Perdana Lake Gardens in Kuala Lumpur. Participants also signed personalised messages on a canvas expressing their wishes and hopes in the fight against corruption.

Read more about global anti-corruption activities here

The event was organised in collaboration with NKRA Against Corruption, a federal agency which monitors and coordinates the government’s anti corruption initiatives.

See more photos on TI Malaysia’s Facebook page.

A section of the participants

The start of the Walk, led by TI-M President and Secretary General

A section of the crowd enjoying the morning walk

TI-M’s President writing his Anti Corruption message

Participants penning their personalised messages

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Melissa Ong

About Melissa Ong

Melissa Ong is Project Officer at Transparency International Malaysia.

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  1. Walking for a corruption free Malaysia | Cyber Media - 4 January 2013

    […] Walking for a corruption free Malaysia The walk was a peaceful, non political event aimed at affirming public support in fighting corruption across all sectors of society. Approximately 230 people participated in the walk which covered a distance of 2.5km around Perdana Lake Gardens in … Read more on Transparency International (press release) (blog) […]