Malaysian Institute of Integrity (IIM)
Also known as the Institut Integriti Malaysia in Malay. The branchild of YAB Dato' Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi. Formally registered on March 4, 2004.
IIM's role is to facilitate the aims and objectives of the National Integrity Plan (NIP).
The main objective of IIM is to act as a machinery in the implementation of the NIP towards developing a nation that is of high integrity, resilient and that embraces universal good values.
The key roles of the institute are: to conduct research related to the integrity of institutions and that of the community; to organise conferences, seminars and forums; to elicit opinions from various sectors on the progress made or on the obstacles faced in implementing integrity; to publish and circulate printed materials as well as formulating and implementing training and educational programmes; to recommend new policies for the enhancement of integrity and ethics; to advise the Government on strategies and programmes in enhancing integrity
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