REDUCED INEQUALITIES
REDUCED INEQUALITIES
Reduce inequality within and among countries.
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Dr. Ezmieralda Melissa
Dr. Ezmieralda Melissa
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Dr. Lianna Wijaya, Amd., S.E., M.MSI
Dr. Lianna Wijaya, Amd., S.E., M.MSI
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Roosalina Wulandari. S.Psi., M.Psi. Ph.D (Cand.)
Roosalina Wulandari. S.Psi., M.Psi. Ph.D (Cand.)
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Dr. Dina Fitria Murad, S.Kom., M.Kom., CEAA., SMIEEE.
Dr. Dina Fitria Murad, S.Kom., M.Kom., CEAA., SMIEEE.
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Dr. Kukuh Lukiyanto, S.T., M.M., M.T.
Dr. Kukuh Lukiyanto, S.T., M.M., M.T.
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THE - 2022

BINUS University is committed to promoting equality in education, particularly for students with disabilities. To ensure a supportive environment, the university has implemented a comprehensive Disability Accommodation Policy. Key aspects of this policy include:

  1. Counseling Support: BINUS University has a dedicated counseling team not only for disabled students but also for their parents. This initiative aims to provide comprehensive support, addressing both the academic and emotional well-being of students with disabilities and their families.
  2. Anti-Discrimination Measures: BINUS University is steadfast in preventing discrimination or bullying among students. The institution has policies and strategies in place to create an inclusive and respectful community, fostering an environment where every student feels valued and supported in their educational journey.

BINUS University actively promotes inclusivity through its Disability Access Schemes, which include initiatives such as Peer Counselor and Peer Partner programs. These schemes are designed to offer support and assistance tailored to the needs of individuals with disabilities, fostering a welcoming and accommodating environment within the university community. Through these programs, BINUS University strives to empower students with disabilities and ensure equal access to educational opportunities.

BINUS University is dedicated to supporting individuals with disabilities through innovative applications and personalized assistance. Notable initiatives include:

  1. Hearo Application: Specifically designed to assist deaf and mute individuals, the Hearo application transforms sign language into voice, facilitating effective communication.
  2. Friends Care Community and i-Buddy: BINUS University provides personal assistants through the Friends Care Community and i-Buddy programs, offering support to students with disabilities. These initiatives aim to enhance accessibility and ensure an inclusive and supportive environment for all members of the university community.

BINUS University is committed to inclusivity and ensures accessibility by providing a range of facilities designed for people with disabilities. These include accessible parking areas, bathrooms, ramps, and various other features that contribute to creating a welcoming and accommodating environment for everyone, regardless of physical abilities. This commitment aligns with BINUS University’s dedication to fostering an inclusive and supportive campus for all members of the community.

BINUS University is dedicated to supporting underrepresented groups through a multifaceted approach. In addition to mentoring, the university offers counseling services and peer support for individuals who may benefit from additional assistance. This holistic support system is designed to address the unique needs and challenges faced by underrepresented groups, ensuring they have access to guidance, mental health resources, and a supportive community throughout their academic journey at BINUS University.

BINUS University has established several units, including Student Advisory, Student Center, and International Office, to serve as equality and diversity officers. These units actively engage in socializing human rights and promoting equality through various programs and training sessions for all BINUS personnel. The principles of equality and human rights are explicitly outlined in university policies, the student handbook, staff regulations, and align with the commitment to the Indonesian motto “Bhineka Tunggal Ika,” emphasizing unity in diversity. This dedicated commitment is also formalized in Rector’s Decree 0136A, underscoring BINUS University’s determination to foster an inclusive and diverse community.

BINUS University is dedicated to fostering an environment free from discrimination and harassment, and, in accordance with our commitment, has implemented comprehensive anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policies applicable to all employees and students. In alignment with these principles, BINUS is actively establishing a dedicated committee to prevent sexual violence within the campus environment, as outlined in Rector’s Decree Number 136A, Part II, point M. This initiative underscores BINUS University’s commitment to ensuring a safe, respectful, and inclusive community for all members.

BINUS University is committed to fostering inclusivity and eliminating discrimination on campus. In line with this commitment, the university actively implements affirmative actions to recruit students, staff, and faculties from underrepresented groups. These inclusive practices comprise:

  1. Night-Shift Classes: BINUS University provides night-shift classes for individuals who need to work simultaneously, ensuring accessibility to degree programs for those with professional commitments during regular hours.
  2. International Student Recruitment: The university actively recruits international students from developing countries, promoting diversity and global perspectives within the campus community.
  3. Scholarships for Low-Income Families: BINUS University offers scholarships to students from low-income families, facilitating access to quality education for individuals facing financial challenges.

These initiatives demonstrate BINUS University’s dedication to creating a diverse and inclusive academic environment by proactively engaging and supporting underrepresented groups.

BINUS University is dedicated to fostering inclusivity by actively tracking applications and admissions from underrepresented groups. This monitoring process specifically includes:

  1. Disabled Students: This helps in preparing the necessary services and accommodations to ensure a supportive learning environment tailored to their needs.
  2. BINUS Online Students: Individuals who are currently professionals, self-employed workers, high school graduates, or housewives seeking to continue their studies through BINUS Online programs. This approach ensures that opportunities for education are extended to diverse groups, breaking barriers and promoting accessibility to quality education.

This commitment aligns with BINUS University’s goal to provide equal educational opportunities for individuals from various backgrounds and circumstances.

BINUS University upholds a non-discriminatory student admission policy, as established by Rector’s Decree No. 044A (Chapter 1, Article 2) governing new student recruitment. The university’s admissions process is centered on evaluating the academic knowledge and potential skills of prospective students, ensuring a fair and unbiased selection procedure. This commitment to non-discrimination is explicitly outlined in the new student’s guidance book and reiterated in Rector’s Decree (Part II, Point e), emphasizing BINUS University’s dedication to providing equal educational opportunities to individuals, irrespective of their status, including religion, ethnicity, gender, and other factors.