17.2 Relationships to support the goals
17.2.1 Relationships with NGOs and govt for SDG policy
17.2.2 Cross sectoral dialogue about SDGs
17.2.3 International collaboration data gathering for SDG
17.2.4 Collaboration for SDG best practice
17.2.5 Collaboration with NGOs for SDGs
17.3 Publication of SDG reports (revised for Impact 2021)
17.3.1 Publication of SDG reports – per SDG
17.3.2 Publication of SDG reports – per SDG
17.3.3 Publication of SDG reports – per SDG
17.3.4 Publication of SDG reports – per SDG
17.3.5 Publication of SDG reports – per SDG
17.3.6 Publication of SDG reports – per SDG
17.3.7 Publication of SDG reports – per SDG
Publish progress against against SDG7, either individually or within an annual report
The UI Faculty of Engineering has made efforts to reduce the energy consumption by using energy-efficient equipment in routine maintenance and development (e.g., replacement of conventional lamps with LEDs), publishing Dean’s decree on energy saving, implementation of smart buildings, renewable energy, use of timers on lighting panels for efficient use of energy. The Chancellor of the Universitas Indonesia has issued a green campus policy for the University of Indonesia (Keputusan Rektor UI No 2893/SK/R/UI/2018).
17.3.8 Publication of SDG reports – per SDG
Publish progress against against SDG8, either individually or within an annual report
Employment practices in regards to staff living wage, union recognition, policies against exploitation, process to appeal followed university policies. Universitas Indonesia pays all staff and faculty at least the living wage, defined as the local living wage (Regional Minimum Wage). Universitas Indonesia employs both permanent civil servant and non-civil servant officers. It means that UI has to adjust its policy to align with the policy issued by the government, especially in its remuneration system. Universitas Indonesia applies the 3P remuneration system consisted of Pay for Person, Pay for Position, and Pay for Performance. In UI, gender does not factor the disparity in the workers’ remuneration. Employment practices in regards to staff living wage, union recognition, policies against exploitation, process to appeal, and outsourcing policy followed university policies. However, FMUI also has standardized salary for contract employees hired by FTUI which are continuously adjusted according to the regional minimum wage, university policies, and employee education level.
17.3.9 Publication of SDG reports – per SDG
Publish progress against against SDG9, either individually or within an annual report
University spinoffs have remarkably strengthened the linkage between universities and industry. The number of technology patents and spinoffs coming out of university research has a significant impact on regional economic and social development. Research and innovation partnerships with companies are significant to push forward the application of medicine or medical technology to increase the health quality of the community. By conducting spinoffs, also enhancing teaching and learning experience for lecturers and students. During the year 2020-2021 Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia has numerous spinoffs with various fields of industries. The spinoffs comprise of developing health devices, pharmacological research on efficacy and safety of the latest treatment or diagnostic procedures.
17.4 Education for the SDGs
17.4.1 Education for SDGs commitment to meaningful education
Have a commitment to meaningful education around the SDGs across the university, in some programmes or in all programmes
Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia is committed to providing quality education and teaching for students through a structured learning system with a curriculum that was designed in accordance with the competencies to be achieved according to the level of education of students; and unstructured learning program through organizing seminars, guest lectures and activities that are useful for improving public health in society. In 2020 FTUI had 51 webinar and 7 guest lecture. while in 2021 FTUI had hosted in total 61 webinars and 12 guest lecture . webinars in 2020, both are open to public.