Universitas Airlangga SDGs Center and ASIA University Taiwan Pave the Way for Global Collaboration to Support of SDG 17

SDGs Center News - Universitas Airlangga (UNAIR) and ASIA University Taiwan have joined forces to explore collaboration and support Sustainable Development Goal 17 (SDG 17)

Empowering Women in STEM: UNAIR and ASIA University Launch Online Courses for Under-represented Individuals: As part of their commitment to addressing gender disparities in STEM fields, UNAIR and Asia University Taiwan are set to launch an online course targeting women underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines. This innovative course aims to provide tailored support and educational opportunities, fostering inclusivity and diversity in traditionally male-dominated fields.

Prioritizing Mental Health on a Global Scale: SAIL Program Enhances Student Mobility and Mental Health Awareness: UNAIR and Asia University Taiwan take a bold step in supporting SDG 17 by integrating mental health awareness into the Student Academic International Learning (SAIL) Program. Through a dedicated "Mental Health Week," students engage in cross-cultural activities, promoting well-being and fostering a collaborative approach to global challenges.

Community Development Grant Champions Gender Equality UNAIR and ASIA University's Joint Effort Towards SDG 5: In alignment with SDG 5: Gender Equality, UNAIR and Asia University Taiwan are launching a community development grant. This grant specifically targets the empowerment of women in subjects where they are underrepresented. By encouraging applications from women in various fields, the initiative aims to contribute to the broader goal of achieving gender equality and fostering a more inclusive academic environment.

Global Expertise: Prof. Chang Joins as Policy Brief Judge: In a testament to the collaborative spirit, SDGs Center UNAIR is honored to announce the participation of Professor Chang, a distinguished academic from ASIA University Taiwan, as a judge for a policy brief competition at SDGs Festival 2023. This competition serves as a platform for students to propose innovative solutions addressing pressing global challenges. Professor Chang's expertise will undoubtedly enrich the judging panel and provide valuable insights for the aspiring policy brief authors.

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This collaborative effort between Universitas Airlangga and ASIA University Taiwan exemplifies the power of international partnerships in driving positive change and contributing to the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal 17: Partnerships for the Goals.

This multifaceted collaboration reflects the commitment of Universitas Airlangga and ASIA University Taiwan to creating positive social impact, fostering inclusivity, and advancing the agenda of Sustainable Development Goal 17. The joint initiatives announced today exemplify the transformative potential of international partnerships in addressing complex global challenges.

Author: Saharani Buamonabot