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Implementation of SDGs 11 at FHUI

11.2. Support of Arts and Heritage 

11.2.1. Public access to buildings

Provide public access to buildings and/or monuments or natural heritage landscapes of cultural significance

With free access to all significant buildings
Some free access to buildings
Paid access

11.2.2. Public access to libraries 

Provide public access to libraries including books and publications, Permanent free access to all campus ground.

Perpustakaan FHUI

The Faculty of Law provides access to libraries including books and publications. Civitas of the Faculty of Law can access all collections for free through the library’s collection catalog website. While for the public, they will be charged if they wish to access all collections from the library. Unfortunately during the COVID-19 Pandemic, access to all collections are restricted for the public. In addition to that, the Library of the Faculty of Law also provides internet services for free. Civitas of the Faculty of Law can access the internet by using their Single Sign On account, while the public can request for a Guest account.

evidence link :
Formulir Uji Kemiripan Turnitin

website PDRH FHUI


11.2.3. Public access to museums

Provide public access to museums, exhibition spaces or galleries, or works of art and artefacts

Faculty of Law Universitas Indonesia’s Museum

(Wednesday, 1st June 2016)

The Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia (FHUI) scored a new chapter in the world of Indonesian higher education by establishing a museum in the middle of its faculty. This museum is the first museum of the law faculty in Indonesia, as well as the first museum within the Universitas Indonesia. The inauguration of the FHUI Museum was held on June 1, 2016 which also coincided with the birthday of Pancasila.

Dean Topo Santoso said since FHUI has the longest and oldest history in legal education in Indonesia, it deserved to be documented through the museum. Although UI was officially established in 1950, the history of FHUI actually began with the birth of Rechtschool in 1909 and Rechts Hogeschool (RH) on October 28, 1924 at Jalan Merdeka Barat, Jakarta. The first chairman of RH was a well-known Dutch legal expert, namely Prof. Mr. Paul Scholten from Amsterdam. Meanwhile, the first dean of FHUI, which used to be called the Faculty of Law and Public Knowledge, was Prof. Djokosoetono, and currently, the 16th dean of FHUI is Prof. Topo Santoso.

By looking at the long journey of FHUI in the world of Indonesian legal education, the presence of this museum is very important to record FHUI’s journey. In addition, the purpose of this museum is to provide learning to UI academics and the wider community about the history of the birth of legal education in Indonesia, the progress of FHUI alumni (such as Mr. Soepomo, Prof. Djokosoetono, Prof. Adnan Buyung Nasution, Prof. Jimly Asshiddiqie , etc.), and the development of FHUI, both the development of legal education/curriculum and the development of FHUI student achievement.

Some of the collections that visitors can see in this museum are archives, photos, memorabilia, legal journals since the 1990s, etc. In this museum, visitors can also find one corner of the museum room which records the journey of Prof. Erman Rajagukguk in the legal world in Indonesia.

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11.2.4. Public access to green spaces

Provide free public access to open spaces and green spaces
Permanent free access to all campus grounds

In the field of facilities and infrastructure, Faculty of Law UI is getting greener and cleaner (clean and green) marked by the revitalization of all gardens at Faculty of Law UI both in front, side, in the middle, and behind. The Faculty of Law UI has a green open space that can be accessed by all levels of society. A green open space called Taman Pelataran, Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia, which was established as a donation from alumni of the Faculty of Law, University of Indonesia. The presence of a new garden also makes Faculty of Law UI more green and beautiful. This park can also be used as a means for students to display art performances.

evidence link :

11.2.5. Arts and heritage contribution

Contribute to local arts, in terms of number of annual public performances of university choirs, theatre groups, orchestras etc… either ad-hoc or as part of an ongoing programme

More than 30 perfomancees
More than 15 perfomances
Ad-hoc only

11.2.6. Record and preserve cultural heritage

Deliver projects to record and preserve intangible cultural heritage such as local folklore, traditions, language, and knowledge. This can include the heritage of displaced communities.

Local or regional cultural heritage
National cultural heritage
Heritage of displaced communities

11.3. Expenditure on arts and heritage

Expenditure should not include money spent on purely academic research activities.

11.3.1. Arts and heritage expenditure

University expenditure

University expenditure on arts and heritage

11.4. Sustainable practices

11.4.1. Sustainable practices targets

Measure and set targets for more sustainable commuting (walking, cycling or other non-motorized transport, vanpools, carpools, shuttlebus or public transportation, motorcycle, scooter or moped, or electric vehicles)

11.4.2. Promote sustainable commuting

Undertake actions to promote more sustainable commuting

11.4.3. Allow remote working

Promote or allow telecommuting or remote working for employees as a matter of policy or standard practice, or offer a condensed working week to reduce employee commuting

11.4.4. Affordable housing for employees

Provide affordable housing for employees

11.4.5. Affordable housing for students

Provide affordable housing for students
Evaluate affordable housing
Provide housing
Provide financial aid

11.4.6. Pedestrian priority on campus

Prioritise pedestrian access on campus

11.4.7. Local authority collaboration regarding planning and development 

Work with local authorities to address planning issues and development, including ensuring that local residents are able to access affordable housing

11.4.8. Planning development – new build standards

Build new buildings to sustainable standards.

The evidence needs to show that these standards have been used in building and development by at least 2021.

This could be in the form of policies and practices that the university choses to adhere to, or from evidence of prior development.

11.4.9. Building on brownfield sites

Build on brownfield sites, where possible

The evidence needs to show that these standards have been used in building and development by at least 2021.

This could be in the form of policies and practices that the university choses to adhere to, or from evidence of prior development.

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