Increasing Integrity and Anti-Corruption of Millennial Generations in Indonesia



  • Suwarno
  • Basrowi


integrity, anti-corruption, millennial, moral-ethic


This study aims to qualitatively analyze strategies to improve integrity and anti-corruption behavior among millennial generations in Indonesia, both through policy approaches and anti-corruption education and training. The research design uses the content analysis method by integrating the data primer and seconder.  Research data consists of primary and secondary data. Primary data comes from opinions or intellectual opinions originating from Islamic religious leaders. Secondary data comes from anti-corruption education policies from anti-corruption handbooks, integrity enhancement, and anti-corruption literature books, relevant previous research results, and various opinions of religious and anti-corruption figures. The analysis results show that, first, the policy on the importance of anti-corruption education for millennial generations can provide a foundation for the implementation of anti-corruption education in general and religious educational institutions, including Islamic boarding schools, in carrying out anti-corruption education. Second, education and training, including the socialization of the important role of inculcating anti-corruption values ​​to the millennial generation, can improve integrity and anti-corruption behavior for the millennial generation and strengthen the process of instilling anti-corruption values ​​early in the millennial generation