6 July 2012. The Jenderal Soedirman Center (JSC) of Indonesia and the Australian Graduate School of Leadership (AGSL) signed a joint venture establishing a leadership and ethics education institution, in a bid to eradicate the corruption culture in Indonesia. JSC head Bugiakso said that ladership and ethics education should be an effective way to create new leaders who bring prosperity to the people. Bugiakso, AGSL chairman Frank Billson and AGSL rector Ramzi Fayed signed the memorandum of understanding last Friday in Sydney, Australia. JSC followed up the collaboration with an informal talk with Australian Education Minister Chris Evans in Yogyakarta on Wednesday. Bugiakso praised AGSL as a school which included anti-graft and local wisdom education in its curriculum. To make courses fit with Indonesian culture, the joint venture will conduct six months of research in the country’s three main regions; Eastern, Central and Western Indonesia.