SDG 16: Peace Justice & Strong Institutions
Thousands of students exercised their voting rights at nine special polling stations (TPS Loksus) of UGM situated in five student dormitories.
Professor Ova Emilia, the Rector of UGM, oversaw the voting process at several locations of the special polling stations (TPS Loksus) at UGM on Wednesday (Feb.
UGM has affirmed its readiness to host the general elections on campus.
Special Polling Station (TPS) officials are crucial in the electoral process.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) conducted training for students who will serve as independent election supervisors for the 2024 elections at the special polling stations (TPS) within UGM on Friday (Feb.
The pulse of democracy beats stronger as Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) opens its doors for students to register as independent election supervisors at special Polling Stations (TPS) on UGM premises. This initiative is a proactive step to fortify the integrity of the upcoming presidential election in February.
In Indonesia’s evolving landscape of freedom of religion and belief (FoRB), the last two decades have seen regulatory strides, with the term enshrined in the constitution during the 2000 amendment to the 1945 Constitution. Despite these advancements, real-world challenges persist, marked by numerous FoRB violations that often sideline mediation practices and the rights of those […].
As the 2024 elections loom, political aspirations and agendas flood the public sphere, echoing the promises of presidential and vice-presidential hopefuls.
Mejan is one of the ancestral relics of the Pakpak Bharat community in North Sumatra.
Nezar Patria, the Deputy Minister of Communication and Information Technology, enthusiastically endorses research and studies probing the ethical dimensions of deploying artificial intelligence (AI) in industrial and educational domains. This resonates with the minister’s recently introduced policy, unveiling ethical guidelines for AI application in the public sector, a strategic move to ensure AI’s secure and […].
The curtains have closed on the third batch of the Merdeka Student Exchange Program (PMM) at UGM. Amidst a tapestry of diverse stories, a noteworthy narrative emerges from two PMM groups, Malioboro and Parangkusumo, who immersed themselves in the rich experiences of the Nusantara module activities.
From Dec. 6 to 9, a transformative training session on diversity and peace unfolded at D’Senopati Hotel Yogyakarta, engaging 35 pastors from the Indonesian Protestant Church in Western Indonesia (GPIB). The training, orchestrated by the Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies (ICRS) at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), aimed to enrich the spiritual leaders in various facets […].
In a groundbreaking alliance, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), in collaboration with the Yogyakarta Government and the Yogyakarta Province Prosecutor’s Office, solidified their commitment by signing a Memorandum of Understanding. This strategic partnership, focusing on implementing legal services for the Suluh Praja Information System, unfolded on Friday (Dec.
The Sexual Violence Crime Law, officially in force since May 9, 2022, heralds a promising era for addressing cases of sexual violence and safeguarding women and children in Indonesia, particularly within the higher education landscape.
The UGM Faculty of Engineering is reaffirming its commitment to safety, health, and environment (SHE) awareness, particularly within the professional landscape. As an integral facet of the educational process, the faculty continually underscores SHE-related considerations throughout the academic community to instill a culture of responsibility.
Professor Etty Indriati is a beacon of knowledge in forensic anthropology, wielding her expertise to delve into the intricate web of human behavior. Her latest literary offering, “Understanding Emotional Abuse and the Recovery Process,” was the focal point of a riveting book review held at the UGM Library on Wednesday (Nov.
In a spirited ceremony at the Balairung UGM courtyard, Yudian Wahyudi, the Head of the Pancasila Ideology Development Board (BPIP), bid an enthusiastic farewell to 1,172 UGM students embarking on the Community Service Program (KKN-PPM) on Friday (Dec.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) stands as a beacon of diversity and inclusivity with the inauguration of six spiritual sanctuaries on its campus. In addition to the campus mosque and the Mardliyyah Islamic Center, the university’s rector proudly unveiled a spiritual facilities complex—a testament to UGM’s commitment to nurturing a harmonious coexistence. This complex encompasses two […].
A display of unity adorned the Balairung courtyard on Saturday (December 16), where a red and white tumpeng (cone-shaped rice dish) took center stage. Positioned on the table in front of the platform, it symbolized more than just a culinary delight—it marked the convergence of five religious leaders, each offering prayers for the nation’s well-being, […].
Inclusion for people with disabilities is a sustainability issue emphasized by many countries, including Indonesia.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) is preparing special polling stations for students who cannot return to their hometowns.
The UGM Task Force for the Prevention and Handling of Sexual Violence participated in the National Higher Education Task Force Capacity Building on October 8-11, 2023, in Surabaya, East Java.
The high incidence of violence against children in schools is increasingly concerning.
A total of 700 participants participated in a health walk organized by the UGM Employee Corps (Korpagama) on Saturday, October 28.
The UGM Public Relations and Protocol Office organized a public speaking training session for the PR teams of faculties, study centers, and work units within Universitas Gadjah Mada. Ika Sastrosoebroto, a PR and brand consultant and the founder and president director of Prominent Public Relations, facilitated the training.
UGM has developed seven language literacy modules, six of which were used as teaching materials in the elective foreign language course curriculum in the odd semester of 2022.
Universitas Gadjah Mada, through the Task Force for the Prevention and Handling of Sexual Violence, has provided workshops and training on the prevention and handling of sexual violence cases for high school students and university students.
A psychologist and manager of the Center for Public Mental Health at the UGM Faculty of Psychology, Nurul Kusuma Hidayati, emphasized the strategic role of mass media in shaping public perceptions of suicide. The way news narratives are presented can be used as an advocacy tool but can also have negative impacts.
A team of Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) students, through the Student Creativity Program in the Social Sciences and Humanities Research field, has researched the values and local wisdom in Pencak Silat to address adolescent delinquency.
Amid the dominance of tourist accommodation development on the island of Bali, the Tenganan Pegringsingan village remains steadfast with a prohibition on tourist accommodations. The prohibition of tourist accommodation is a collective agreement by the indigenous community to ban the construction of tourist accommodation in any form and the commercialization of land for tourism. Upon […].