One of the values that FIB UI holds tightly is equality. Discrimination against gender, ethnicity, religion, race, and intergroup (SARA) is not compatible with the life principle of the Indonesian people, namely Bhinneka Tunggal Ika (Unity in Diversity). There is no difference in treatment between women and men at FIB UI. In fact, the number of female students and lecturers at FIB UI is greater than that of the male.
Systematically measure and track women’s application rate, acceptance or entry.
Have a policy (e.g. an Access and Participation plan) addressing women’s applications, acceptance, entry, and participation at the university.
Provide women’s access schemes, including mentoring, scholarships, or other provision.
Encourage applications by women in subjects where they are underrepresented. Through university outreach or through collaboration with other universities, community groups, government or NGOs in regional or national campaigns.
Have a policy of non-discrimination against women.
Have a policy of non-discrimination for transgender people.
Have maternity and paternity policies that support women’s participation.
Have accessible childcare facilities for students which allow recent mothers to attend university
Have childcare facilities for staff and faculty.
Have women’s mentoring schemes, in which at least 10% of female students participate.
Have measurement or tracking of women’s likelihood of graduating compared to men’s, and schemes in place to close any gap
Have a policy that protects those reporting discrimination from educational or employment disadvantage