STRENGTHENING COOPERATION WITH LOCAL GOVERNMENTS THROUGH THE CHILD-FRIENDLY CITY PROGRAM
One of Binus University's roles in supporting the SDGs is to develop a world of education that focuses on improving the quality of human resources, especially the community around the institution where Binus University is located. The partnership with the Government is well established through the implementation of an integrated program. One of them is the collaboration program with DKI Jakarta Provincial Government in the development of Ruang Publik Terpadu Ramah Anak (RPTRA) or Child Friendly Integrated Public Spaces. The purpose of this service program is the implementation of the "Merdeka Belajar" Campus Program which is in line with the vision of Binus University, namely "Empowering the Community". The program is implemented through a children's character development building program and makes the city (wherever Binus University is located) a friendly and livable city for children. The training method for strengthening skills for RPTRA management is by focusing on group discussions that present several experts and presenters so that the discussion content and process can be accounted for qualitatively. The partnership process between local governments and universities is expected to bridge the information gap that still exists. The role of Lecturers and Students in Freedom to study at an independent campus can be applied in this RPTRA program as a process of enriching students' abilities to care for the nation's generation and have noble.
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